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Gordon D. Logan

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Attention, executive control, automaticity
"Gordon Logan"
Mean distance: 14.48 (cluster 14)
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Willard N. Runquist grad student 1972 University of Alberta
 (Runquist was Logan's MSc advisor)
Albert S. Bregman grad student 1972-1975 McGill
 (Bregman was Logan's PhD advisor)
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Bissett PG, Jones HM, Poldrack RA, et al. (2021) Severe violations of independence in response inhibition tasks. Science Advances. 7
Tillman G, Van Zandt T, Logan GD. (2020) Sequential sampling models without random between-trial variability: the racing diffusion model of speeded decision making. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Middlebrooks PG, Zandbelt BB, Logan GD, et al. (2020) Countermanding Perceptual Decision-Making. Iscience. 23: 100777
Aczel B, Szaszi B, Sarafoglou A, et al. (2019) Author Correction: A consensus-based transparency checklist. Nature Human Behaviour
Aczel B, Szaszi B, Sarafoglou A, et al. (2019) A consensus-based transparency checklist. Nature Human Behaviour
Servant M, Logan GD. (2019) Dynamics of attentional focusing in the Eriksen flanker task. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Verbruggen F, Aron AR, Band GP, et al. (2019) A consensus guide to capturing the ability to inhibit actions and impulsive behaviors in the stop-signal task. Elife. 8
Servant M, Tillman G, Schall JD, et al. (2019) Neurally-constrained modeling of speed-accuracy tradeoff during visual search: Gated accumulation of modulated evidence. Journal of Neurophysiology
Dutilh G, Annis J, Brown SD, et al. (2018) The Quality of Response Time Data Inference: A Blinded, Collaborative Assessment of the Validity of Cognitive Models. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Servant M, van Wouwe N, Wylie SA, et al. (2018) A model-based quantification of action control deficits in Parkinson's disease. Neuropsychologia. 111: 26-35
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