Todd A. Kelley

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Vision and Attention
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Parents

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Marvin M. Chun research assistant 2000-2002 Vanderbilt
Steven Yantis grad student 2002-2007 Johns Hopkins
 (Learning to attend: Effects of practice on information selection.)
Nilli Lavie post-doc 2007- UCL

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John Serences collaborator 2002-2006 Johns Hopkins
Adam S. Greenberg collaborator 2004-2007 Johns Hopkins
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Torralbo A, Kelley TA, Rees G, et al. (2016) Attention induced neural response trade-off in retinotopic cortex under load. Scientific Reports. 6: 33041
Bengson JJ, Kelley TA, Zhang X, et al. (2014) Spontaneous neural fluctuations predict decisions to attend. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 2578-84
Kelley TA, Rees G, Lavie N. (2013) The impact of distractor congruency on stimulus processing in retinotopic visual cortex. Neuroimage. 81: 158-63
Mulckhuyse M, Kelley TA, Theeuwes J, et al. (2011) Enhanced visual perception with occipital transcranial magnetic stimulation. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 34: 1320-5
Kelley TA, Lavie N. (2011) Working memory load modulates distractor competition in primary visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 21: 659-65
Kelley TA, Yantis S. (2010) Neural correlates of learning to attend. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 4: 216
Kelley TA, Yantis S. (2009) Learning to attend: effects of practice on information selection. Journal of Vision. 9: 16
Kelley TA, Serences JT, Giesbrecht B, et al. (2008) Cortical mechanisms for shifting and holding visuospatial attention. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 18: 114-25
Yi DJ, Kelley TA, Marois R, et al. (2006) Attentional modulation of repetition attenuation is anatomically dissociable for scenes and faces. Brain Research. 1080: 53-62
Kelley TA, Chun MM, Chua KP. (2003) Effects of scene inversion on change detection of targets matched for visual salience. Journal of Vision. 3: 1-5
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