Steven J. Luck

1994-2006 Psychology University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
 2006- University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Psychophysics, ERP, attention, working memory, schizophrenia
"Steven Luck"
Mean distance: 12.43 (cluster 23)
Cross-listing: PsychTree - SPRtree


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Allen Neuringer research assistant 1981-1986 Reed College
Martha Neuringer research assistant 1983-1986 Oregon Regional Primate Research Center
Dell L. Rhodes research assistant 1984-1986 Reed College
Steven Hillyard grad student UCSD
Robert Desimone post-doc NIMH


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Angela R Balestreri research assistant UC Davis
Marissa L. Gamble research assistant
David Railton Garrett research assistant 2021- UC Davis
Alexis R. Johns research assistant 2008-2009 UC Davis
Valerie M. Beck research assistant 2007-2010 UC Davis
Weizhen Xie research assistant 2012-2013 UC Davis (PsychTree)
Raphael M Geddert research assistant 2014-2017 UC Davis
Cristina R. Ceja research assistant 2015-2017 UC Davis
Shan Zhang research assistant 2015-2017 UC Davis
Alejandro Cruz Basilio research assistant 2018-2018 UC Davis
Natalia Khodayari research assistant 2016-2019 UC Davis
Richard J. Addante grad student UC Davis
Javier Lopez-Calderon grad student UC Davis
Michi Matsukura grad student University of Iowa
Kurt Winsler grad student UC Davis
Carlos Daniel Carrasco grad student 2019- UC Davis
Edward K. Vogel grad student 2000 The University of Iowa
Geoffrey F. Woodman grad student 2002 The University of Iowa
Joo-Seok Hyun grad student 2006 The University of Iowa
Jeffrey S. Johnson grad student 2002-2006 University of Iowa
Weiwei Zhang grad student 2002-2007 The University of Iowa
Adam Trent Niese grad student 2008 The University of Iowa
Richard James Addante grad student 2011 UC Davis
Emily S. Kappenman grad student 2012 UC Davis
Andre Bastos grad student 2013 UC Davis
Nicholas Gaspelin post-doc UC Davis
Risa Sawaki post-doc 2008- UC Davis
Guanghui ZHANG post-doc 2021-
Andrew X Stewart post-doc 2016-2001 UC Davis
Johanna Kreither post-doc 2011-2014 UC Davis
Carly J. Leonard post-doc 2008-2016 UC Davis


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Carrasco CD, Simmons AM, Kiat JE, et al. (2024) Enhanced Working Memory Representations for Rare Events. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Carrasco CD, Bahle B, Simmons AM, et al. (2024) Using multivariate pattern analysis to increase effect sizes for event-related potential analyses. Psychophysiology. e14570
Zhang G, Garrett DR, Luck SJ. (2024) Optimal filters for ERP research I: A general approach for selecting filter settings. Psychophysiology. e14531
Zhang G, Garrett DR, Luck SJ. (2024) Optimal filters for ERP research II: Recommended settings for seven common ERP components. Psychophysiology. e14530
Zhang G, Garrett DR, Simmons AM, et al. (2024) Evaluating the effectiveness of artifact correction and rejection in event-related potential research. Psychophysiology. e14511
Carrasco CD, Bahle B, Simmons AM, et al. (2023) Using Multivariate Pattern Analysis to Increase Effect Sizes for Event-Related Potential Analyses. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Zhang G, Garrett DR, Simmons AM, et al. (2023) Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Common Approach to Artifact Correction and Rejection in Event-related Potential Research. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Talcott TN, Kiat JE, Luck SJ, et al. (2023) Is covert attention necessary for programming accurate saccades? Evidence from saccade-locked event-related potentials. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Bansal S, Bae GY, Robinson BM, et al. (2023) Qualitatively different delay-dependent working memory distortions in people with schizophrenia and healthy control subjects. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Gaspelin N, Egeth HE, Luck SJ. (2023) A Critique of the Attentional Window Account of Capture Failures. Journal of Cognition. 6: 39
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