Megan A. K. Peters, Ph.D.

2017-2020 Bioengineering University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
 2020- Cognitive Sciences University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
computational modeling, perception, confidence, perceptual decision making, neuroimaging, neuromodulation, machine learning, consciousness
"Megan A K Peters"
Mean distance: 14.86 (cluster 29)
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Ladan Shams grad student UCLA
Hakwan Lau post-doc 2014-2017 UCLA
Hakwan Lau post-doc 2014-2017 UCLA


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Michele A. Basso collaborator
Alicia Izquierdo collaborator
Kalina J. Michalska collaborator
Aaron R. Seitz collaborator
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Hussain S, Langley J, Seitz A, et al. (2022) A novel hidden Markov approach to studying dynamic functional connectivity states in human neuroimaging. Brain Connectivity
Rahnev D, Balsdon T, Charles L, et al. (2022) Consensus Goals in the Field of Visual Metacognition. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 17456916221075615
Maniscalco B, Odegaard B, Grimaldi P, et al. (2019) Tuned normalization in perceptual decision-making circuits can explain seemingly suboptimal confidence behavior Journal of Vision. 19: 289b
Odegaard B, Grimaldi P, Cho S, et al. (2017) Investigating Perceptual Confidence in the Superior Colliculus with Multi-Unit Neuronal Recordings Journal of Vision. 17: 741
Peters M, Thesen T, Ko Y, et al. (2017) Human intracranial electrophysiology suggests suboptimal calculations underlie perceptual confidence! Journal of Vision. 17: 1272
Peters MA, Ro T, Lau H. (2016) Who's afraid of response bias? Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2016
Peters MA, Ma WJ, Shams L. (2016) The Size-Weight Illusion is not anti-Bayesian after all: a unifying Bayesian account. Peerj. 4: e2124
Peters MA, Lau H. (2016) Correction: Human observers have optimal introspective access to perceptual processes even for visually masked stimuli. Elife. 5
Maniscalco B, Peters MA, Lau H. (2016) Heuristic use of perceptual evidence leads to dissociation between performance and metacognitive sensitivity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Peters MA, Lau H. (2015) Human observers have optimal introspective access to perceptual processes even for visually masked stimuli. Elife. 4
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