Victor J Pokorny

University of Minnesota &VAMC 
Psychosis, Perception, Neuroimaging
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Sponheim SR, Stim JJ, Engel SA, et al. (2023) Slowed alpha oscillations and percept formation in psychotic psychopathology. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1144107
Ramsay IS, Pokorny VJ, Lynn PA, et al. (2023) Limited consistency and strength of neural oscillations during sustained visual attention in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Pokorny VJ, Schallmo MP, Sponheim SR, et al. (2023) Weakened untuned gain control is associated with schizophrenia while atypical orientation-tuned suppression depends on visual acuity. Journal of Vision. 23: 2
Pokorny VJ, Sponheim SR, Rawls E. (2022) Impact of reduced-dimensionality independent components analysis on event-related potential measurements. Psychophysiology. e14223
Marquardt CA, Pokorny VJ, Disner SG, et al. (2021) Inefficient Attentional Control Explains Verbal-Memory Deficits Among Military Veterans With Posttraumatic Reexperiencing Symptoms. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 499-513
Longenecker JM, Pokorny VJ, Kang SS, et al. (2021) Self-reported perceptual aberrations in psychosis map to event-related potentials and semantic appraisals of objects. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 130: 785-796
Pokorny VJ, Sponheim SR. (2021) Neural Indicator of Altered Mismatch Detection Predicts Atypical Cognitive-Perceptual Experiences in Psychotic Psychopathology. Schizophrenia Bulletin
Marquardt CA, Pokorny VJ, Kang SS, et al. (2021) Posttraumatic stress symptom dimensions and brain responses to startling auditory stimuli in combat veterans. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 130: 455-467
Pokorny VJ, Espensen-Sturges TD, Burton PC, et al. (2020) Aberrant Cortical Connectivity During Ambiguous Object Recognition Is Associated With Schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Pokorny VJ, Lano TJ, Schallmo MP, et al. (2019) Reduced influence of perceptual context in schizophrenia: behavioral and neurophysiological evidence. Psychological Medicine. 1-9
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