Steven A. Hackley

Affiliations: 
University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
Area:
Physiological Psychology, Psychobiology Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Behavioral Psychology
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Bhangal S, Sharma S, Valle-Inclán F, et al. (2021) Learning to deal with delayed outcomes: EEG oscillatory and slow potentials during the prefeedback interval. Psychophysiology. e13853
Ren X, Valle-Inclán F, Tukaiev S, et al. (2017) Changes in the stimulus-preceding negativity and lateralized readiness potential during reinforcement learning. Psychophysiology
Hackley SA, Ren X, Underwood A, et al. (2017) Prepulse inhibition and facilitation of the postauricular reflex, a vestigial remnant of pinna startle. Psychophysiology
Hebert KR, Valle-Inclán F, Hackley SA. (2015) Modulation of eyeblink and postauricular reflexes during the anticipation and viewing of food images. Psychophysiology. 52: 509-17
Birnbaum FA, Hackley SA, Johnson LN. (2015) Enhancing visual performance in individuals with cortical visual impairment (homonymous hemianopsia): Tapping into blindsight Journal of Medical Hypotheses and Ideas
Buyukturkoglu K, Rana M, Ruiz S, et al. (2013) Volitional regulation of the supplementary motor area with fMRI-BCI neurofeedback in Parkinson's disease: A pilot study International Ieee/Embs Conference On Neural Engineering, Ner. 677-681
Lee EY, Valle-Inclán F, Hackley SA. (2012) Decomposition of warning effects in Parkinson's disease. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 19: 433-47
Johnson GM, Valle-Inclán F, Geary DC, et al. (2012) The nursing hypothesis: an evolutionary account of emotional modulation of the postauricular reflex. Psychophysiology. 49: 178-85
Lee EY, Cowan N, Vogel EK, et al. (2010) Visual working memory deficits in patients with Parkinson's disease are due to both reduced storage capacity and impaired ability to filter out irrelevant information. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 133: 2677-89
Schankin A, Valle-Inclán F, Hackley SA. (2010) Compatibility between stimulated eye, target location and response location. Psychological Research. 74: 291-301
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