Joy Geng

University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
visual attention
"Joy Geng"
Mean distance: 13.51 (cluster 23)


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Marlene Behrmann grad student Carnegie Mellon
George R. Mangun post-doc 2006- UC Davis
Jon Driver post-doc 2003-2006 UCL


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Nicholas E. DiQuattro research assistant 2008-2011 UC Davis
Nicholas E. DiQuattro grad student 2011- UC Davis
Eve A. Isham post-doc UC Davis
Joseph Nah post-doc 2019-
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Hansmann-Roth S, Þorsteinsdóttir S, Geng JJ, et al. (2022) Temporal integration of feature probability distributions. Psychological Research
Geng JJ, Leber AB, Shomstein S. (2019) Attention and Perception: 40 reviews, 40 views. Current Opinion in Psychology. 29: v-viii
Geng JJ, DiQuattro NE, Helm J. (2017) Distractor Probability Changes the Shape of the Attentional Template. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
DiQuattro NE, Geng JJ. (2017) Presaccadic target competition attenuates distraction. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Gold J, Stankevich B, Robinson B, et al. (2017) 206. The Impact of Reward History on Allocation of Spatial Attention in Schizophrenia Schizophrenia Bulletin. 43: S105-S106
Geng J, DiQuattro N. (2016) Distractor probability modulates tuning of target representations. Journal of Vision. 16: 684
Stankevich B, Kristjánsson A, Geng J. (2015) Reward- and space-based repetition priming is weighted by task relevance. Journal of Vision. 15: 1349
Lee J, Leonard C, Luck S, et al. (2015) Expectancies about the frequency of a target-similar distractor impact target selection. Journal of Vision. 15: 903
Lockhart SN, Luck SJ, Geng J, et al. (2015) White matter hyperintensities among older adults are associated with futile increase in frontal activation and functional connectivity during spatial search. Plos One. 10: e0122445
Lockhart SN, Roach AE, Luck SJ, et al. (2014) White matter hyperintensities are associated with visual search behavior independent of generalized slowing in aging. Neuropsychologia. 52: 93-101
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