Bradley N. Jack, PhD

2019- Psychology Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
Cognitive neuroscience, Vision research, EEG, ERP, Psychology, Perception, Awareness, MMN, vMMN
"Bradley Jack"

PhD student at Southern Cross University, Discipline of Psychology from 2011 to 2016.
PhD thesis "Conscious and not-conscious processing of visual mismatch negativity"
Research assistant then post-doctoral fellow at University of New South Wales, School of Psychology from 2016 to 2019. Supervised by Thomas Whitford.

Mean distance: 17.05 (cluster 23)


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Thomas Whitford research assistant 2015-2016 University of New South Wales, Australia
stephen c. provost grad student Southern Cross University
Urte Roeber grad student Southern Cross University
Robert P. O'Shea grad student 2011-2016 Southern Cross University
 (PhD: Conscious and not-conscious processing of visual mismatch negativity)
Thomas Whitford post-doc 2017-2019 University of New South Wales, Australia
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Jack BN, Chilver MR, Vickery RM, et al. (2021) Movement Planning Determines Sensory Suppression: An Event-related Potential Study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Han N, Jack BN, Hughes G, et al. (2021) Sensory attenuation in the absence of movement: Differentiating motor action from sense of agency. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 141: 436-448
Harrison AW, Mannion DJ, Jack BN, et al. (2021) Sensory attenuation is modulated by the contrasting effects of predictability and control. Neuroimage. 118103
Spark J, Gawęda Ł, Allott K, et al. (2021) Distinguishing schizophrenia spectrum from non-spectrum disorders among young patients with first episode psychosis and at high clinical risk: The role of basic self-disturbance and neurocognition. Schizophrenia Research. 228: 19-28
Jack BN, Le Pelley ME, Han N, et al. (2019) Inner speech is accompanied by a temporally-precise and content-specific corollary discharge. Neuroimage
Sollychin M, Jack BN, Polari A, et al. (2019) Frontal slow wave resting EEG power is higher in individuals at Ultra High Risk for psychosis than in healthy controls but is not associated with negative symptoms or functioning. Schizophrenia Research
Nelson B, Lavoie S, Gaweda L, et al. (2019) Testing a neurophenomenological model of basic self disturbance in early psychosis. World Psychiatry : Official Journal of the World Psychiatric Association (Wpa). 18: 104-105
Jack BN, Le Pelley ME, Griffiths O, et al. (2018) Semantic prediction-errors are context-dependent: An ERP study. Brain Research
Jack BN, Roeber U, O'Shea RP. (2017) Do early neural correlates of visual consciousness show the oblique effect? A binocular rivalry and event-related potential study. Plos One. 12: e0188979
Whitford TJ, Jack BN, Pearson D, et al. (2017) Neurophysiological evidence of efference copies to inner speech. Elife. 6
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