Tim Curran

Affiliations: 
University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Area:
erp, memory
Website:
http://psych.colorado.edu/~tcurran
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Hagen S, Vuong QC, Chin MD, et al. (2021) Bird expertise does not increase motion sensitivity to bird flight motion. Journal of Vision. 21: 5
Curran T, Devillez H, YorkWilliams SL, et al. (2020) Acute effects of naturalistic THC vs. CBD use on recognition memory: a preliminary study. Journal of Cannabis Research. 2: 28
Devillez H, Mollison MV, Hagen S, et al. (2018) Color and spatial frequency differentially impact early stages of perceptual expertise training. Neuropsychologia
Noh E, Liao K, Mollison MV, et al. (2018) Single-Trial EEG Analysis Predicts Memory Retrieval and Reveals Source-Dependent Differences. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 258
Herzmann G, Minor G, Curran T. (2018) Neural evidence for the contribution of holistic processing but not attention allocation to the other-race effect on face memory. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Jones T, Hadley H, Cataldo A, et al. (2018) Neural and behavioral effects of subordinate-level training of novel objects across manipulations of color and spatial frequency. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Ross RS, Smolen A, Curran T, et al. (2018) MAO-A Phenotype Effects Response Sensitivity and the Parietal Old/New Effect during Recognition Memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 53
Medrano P, Nyhus E, Smolen A, et al. (2017) Individual differences in EEG correlates of recognition memory due to DAT polymorphisms. Brain and Behavior. 7: e00870
Stróżak P, Bird CW, Corby K, et al. (2016) FN400 and LPC memory effects for concrete and abstract words. Psychophysiology
Earls HA, Curran T, Mittal V. (2016) A Meta-analytic Review of Auditory Event-Related Potential Components as Endophenotypes for Schizophrenia: Perspectives From First-Degree Relatives. Schizophrenia Bulletin
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