Stephanie L. Simon-Dack, Ph.D.

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2005 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Area:
visual attention, perceptual organization
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Gordon C. Baylis grad student 2005 University of South Carolina
 (The functional roles of the visual cortex: A high-density event -related potential study on blind and sighted individuals.)
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Kraus B, Cadle C, Simon-Dack S. (2019) EEG alpha activity is moderated by the serial order effect during divergent thinking. Biological Psychology. 145: 84-95
Simon-Dack SL, Kraus B, Walter Z, et al. (2018) Underlying Neural Alpha Frequency Patterns Associated with Intra-hemispheric Inhibition During an Interhemispheric Transfer Task. Biological Psychology
Ward RT, Smith SL, Kraus BT, et al. (2018) Alpha band frequency differences between low-trait and high-trait anxious individuals. Neuroreport. 29: 79-83
Simon-Dack S, Kraus B, Walter Z, et al. (2018) The role of alpha-band frequency activity during performance of a visual-motoric interhemispheric transfer task. Journal of Vision. 18: 437
Littleford LN, Buxton K, Bucher MA, et al. (2017) Psychology Doctoral Program Admissions Teaching of Psychology. 45: 75-83
Perrone-McGovern K, Simon-Dack S, Esche A, et al. (2017) The influence of emotional intelligence and perfectionism on Error-Related Negativity: An event related potential study Personality and Individual Differences. 111: 65-70
Simon-Dack SL, Holtgraves T, Hernandez K, et al. (2015) Resting EEG and behavioural correlates of interhemispheric transfer times. Laterality. 20: 618-38
Perrone-McGovern K, Simon-Dack S, Niccolai L. (2015) Prenatal and Perinatal Factors Related to Autism, IQ, and Adaptive Functioning. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 176: 1-10
Hernandez KO, Woodall KD, Simon-Dack SL. (2015) Left hemispheric contributions to temporal perception: a resting electroencephalographic study. Neuroreport. 26: 163-6
Coutinho JF, Gonçalves OF, Maia L, et al. (2015) Differential activation of the default mode network in jet lagged individuals. Chronobiology International. 32: 143-9
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