Sean M. Polyn, PhD

Psychology Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Memory, Experimental Psychology, Neuroimaging, Computational modeling
"Sean Polyn"

Undergraduate education at University of Virginia, student of William B Levy. Graduate PhD degree in Psychology and Neuroscience, student of Jonathan Cohen and Kenneth Norman. Postdoctoral work at University of Pennsylvania, with Michael Kahana. Assistant professor at Vanderbilt University in Psychology.

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William B. Levy research assistant 1997-1999 UVA
Jonathan D. Cohen grad student 2000-2005 Princeton
 (Neuroimaging, behavioral, and computational investigations of memory targeting.)
Kenneth A. Norman grad student 2002-2005 Princeton
Michael Jacob Kahana post-doc 2005-2007 Penn


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Zachary D Cohen research assistant
Rebecca A. Cutler grad student 2016- Vanderbilt
Neal W. Morton grad student 2014 Vanderbilt
James E. Kragel grad student 2010-2015 Vanderbilt
Resh Singh Gupta grad student 2016-2017 Vanderbilt
David William Sutterer post-doc 2018-2022 Vanderbilt University
Evan M. Stein research scientist 2010-2011 Vanderbilt
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Sutterer DW, Polyn S, Woodman GF. (2021) Alpha-band activity tracks a 2-dimensional spotlight of attention during spatial working memory maintenance. Journal of Neurophysiology
Hong MK, Polyn SM, Fazio LK. (2019) Examining the episodic context account: does retrieval practice enhance memory for context? Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 4: 46
Cutler RA, Duff MC, Polyn SM. (2019) Searching for Semantic Knowledge: A Vector Space Semantic Analysis of the Feature Generation Task. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13: 341
Powell PS, Strunk J, James T, et al. (2018) Decoding selective attention to context memory: An aging study. Neuroimage. 181: 95-107
Chan SC, Applegate MC, Morton NW, et al. (2017) Lingering representations of stimuli influence recall organization. Neuropsychologia
Polyn SM, Cutler RA. (2017) Retrieved-context models of memory search and the neural representation of time Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 17: 203-210
Morton NW, Polyn SM. (2016) A predictive framework for evaluating models of semantic organization in free recall. Journal of Memory and Language. 86: 119-140
Morton NW, Polyn SM. (2016) Beta-band activity represents the recent past during episodic encoding. Neuroimage
Morton NW, Polyn SM. (2016) A predictive framework for evaluating models of semantic organization in free recall Journal of Memory and Language. 86: 119-140
Kragel JE, Polyn SM. (2015) Decoding Episodic Retrieval Processes: Frontoparietal and Medial-temporal Lobe Contributions to Free Recall. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-15
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