Adam S. Greenberg, PhD

Affiliations: 
2019- Biomedical Engineering Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Neuroscience, Visual/Auditory Attention, Perceptual Organization
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http://snaplaboratory.com
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Parents

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Grover Cleveland Gilmore research assistant 1995-1996 Case Western
Anjan Chatterjee research assistant 1998-2001 UAB
Steven Yantis grad student 2004-2009 Johns Hopkins
 (Uncertainty as a guiding principle in the strategic allocation of attention to objects.)
Marlene Behrmann post-doc 2010-2013 Carnegie Mellon
Leslie Ungerleider research scientist 2001-2004 NIMH

Children

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David Yaron research assistant 2005-2006 Johns Hopkins
Adam J. Barnas grad student 2011- UW-Milwaukee
Christopher M. Reynolds grad student 2017- UW-Milwaukee

Collaborators

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Todd A. Kelley collaborator 2004-2007 Johns Hopkins
Leon Gmeindl collaborator 2006-2009 Johns Hopkins
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Gurariy G, Randall R, Greenberg AS. (2020) Manipulation of low-level features modulates grouping strength of auditory objects. Psychological Research
Barnas AJ, Greenberg AS. (2019) Independent attentional resources explains the object-based shift direction anisotropy Journal of Vision. 19: 268c
Barnas AJ, Greenberg AS. (2019) Object-based attention shifts are driven by target location, not object placement Visual Cognition. 27: 768-791
Barnas A, Greenberg A. (2018) Object-based attention is modulated by shift direction and visual field quadrant Journal of Vision. 18: 318
Dubbelde D, Greenberg A. (2017) Proportional Context of Distracters alters Top-Down Sets during Contingent Attention Capture Journal of Vision. 17: 947
Barnas A, Greenberg A. (2017) Target location, rather than object location, drives the object-based attention shift direction anisotropy Journal of Vision. 17: 1334
Al-Janabi S, Strommer-Davidovich N, Gabay S, et al. (2017) Object-based attentional selection emerges early in visual cortex for object percepts of varying strength Journal of Vision. 17: 1333
Şentürk G, Greenberg AS, Liu T. (2016) Erratum to: Saccade latency indexes exogenous and endogenous object-based attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Gmeindl L, Chiu YC, Esterman MS, et al. (2016) Tracking the will to attend: Cortical activity indexes self-generated, voluntary shifts of attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Uyar F, Shomstein S, Greenberg AS, et al. (2016) Retinotopic information interacts with category selectivity in human ventral cortex. Neuropsychologia
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