Jarrod A. Lewis-Peacock, Ph.D.

2013- Psychology & Neuroscience University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Memory, Cognitive Control, fMRI
"Jarrod Lewis-Peacock"
Mean distance: 13.44 (cluster 15)


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Brad Postle grad student 2006-2010 UW Madison
 (Long-term memory supports the retention, preservation, and prioritization of short-term memory.)
Jonathan D. Cohen post-doc 2010-2013 Princeton
Kenneth A. Norman post-doc 2010-2013 Princeton


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Remington Mallett grad student 2016- UT Austin
Augustin Hennings grad student 2017- UT Austin
Allison Bruning grad student 2018- UT Austin
Justin Kilmarx grad student 2018- UT Austin
Zachary Bretton-Granatoor grad student 2019- UT Austin
Lea Bartsch grad student 2018-2018 Universität Zürich
Ethan Oblak grad student 2015-2019 UT Austin
Hyojeong Kim grad student 2014-2020 UT Austin
Seth Koslov grad student 2015-2020 UT Austin
Elizabeth Lorenc post-doc 2018- UT Austin
Tracy H. Wang post-doc 2014-2019 UT Austin


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Damion V. Demeter collaborator UT Austin
James S. Sulzer collaborator 2013- UT Austin
Marie T. Banich collaborator 2016- CU Boulder
Joseph E. Dunsmoor collaborator 2017- UT Austin
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Koslov SR, Bulls LS, Lewis-Peacock JA. (2022) Distinct monitoring strategies underlie costs and performance in prospective memory. Memory & Cognition
Mallett R, Lorenc ES, Lewis-Peacock JA. (2022) Working Memory Swap Errors Have Identifiable Neural Representations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-11
Hennings AC, McClay M, Drew MR, et al. (2021) Neural reinstatement reveals divided organization of fear and extinction memories in the human brain. Current Biology : Cb
Lu HY, Lorenc ES, Zhu H, et al. (2021) Multi-scale neural decoding and analysis. Journal of Neural Engineering
Hennings AC, Lewis-Peacock JA, Dunsmoor JE. (2021) Emotional learning retroactively enhances item memory but distorts source attribution. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 28: 178-186
Oblak E, Lewis-Peacock JA, Sulzer J. (2021) Differential neural plasticity of individual fingers revealed by fMRI neurofeedback. Journal of Neurophysiology
Chiu YC, Wang TH, Beck DM, et al. (2021) Separation of Item and Context in Item-Method Directed Forgetting. Neuroimage. 117983
Kilmarx J, Oblak E, Sulzer J, et al. (2021) Towards a common template for neural reinforcement of finger individuation. Scientific Reports. 11: 1065
Lorenc ES, Mallett R, Lewis-Peacock JA. (2021) Distraction in Visual Working Memory: Resistance is Not Futile. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Bruning AL, Lewis-Peacock JA. (2020) Long-term memory guides resource allocation in working memory. Scientific Reports. 10: 22161
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