Steven R. Holloway

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Cognitive Neuroscience, Visual systems
"Steven Holloway"

I am a Ph.D. graduate student in the Cognitive Psychology Program working in the Perception, Ecological Action, and Robotics Lab (PEARL)under the direction of Dr. Mike McBeath.

My research interests are concerned with the mechanisms involved with perceptual learning in the lower levels of the visual system. Specifically, I am investigating the relation between information processing in the dorsal stream pathway of the human primary visual system and reading ability in normal readers and the reading disabled. Moreover, I am exploring a new methodology to measure dorsal stream processing with a newly designed and manufactured device that will assess a person's ability to discern apparent motion. Once completed I hope to use this new device to target the magnocellular neural systems and determine the range of perceptual and gross motor functions effected by this region of the brain.

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Zhou T, Náñez JE, Zimmerman D, et al. (2016) Two Visual Training Paradigms Associated with Enhanced Critical Flicker Fusion Threshold. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1597
Holloway SR, Náñez JE, Seitz AR. (2013) Word-decoding as a function of temporal processing in the visual system. Plos One. 8: e84010
Holloway SR. (2013) Three colossal neurons: a new approach to an old classroom demonstration. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education : June : a Publication of Fun, Faculty For Undergraduate Neuroscience. 12: A1-3
Seitz AR, Nanez JE, Holloway SR, et al. (2006) Perceptual learning of motion leads to faster flicker perception. Plos One. 1: e28
Seitz AR, Nanez JE, Holloway S, et al. (2006) Two cases requiring external reinforcement in perceptual learning. Journal of Vision. 6: 966-73
Seitz AR, Nanez JE, Holloway SR, et al. (2005) Seeing what is not there shows the costs of perceptual learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 9080-5
Seitz AR, Nanez JE, Holloway SR, et al. (2005) Visual experience can substantially alter critical flicker fusion thresholds. Human Psychopharmacology. 20: 55-60
Wyly EK, Holloway SR. (2002) Invisible cities: Geography and the disappearance of 'race' from mortgage-lending data in the USA Social and Cultural Geography. 3: 247-282
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