Gerard M. Loughnane

Affiliations: 
Trinity College, Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland 
Area:
Attention
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Brosnan MB, Sabaroedin K, Silk T, et al. (2020) Evidence accumulation during perceptual decisions in humans varies as a function of dorsal frontoparietal organization. Nature Human Behaviour
Devine CA, Gaffney C, Loughnane GM, et al. (2019) The role of premature evidence accumulation in making difficult perceptual decisions under temporal uncertainty. Elife. 8
Loughnane GM, Brosnan MB, Barnes JJM, et al. (2019) Catecholamine Modulation of Evidence Accumulation during Perceptual Decision Formation: A Randomized Trial. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-10
van Kempen J, Loughnane GM, Newman DP, et al. (2019) Behavioural and neural signatures of perceptual decision-making are modulated by pupil-linked arousal. Elife. 8
Loughnane GM, Newman DP, Tamang S, et al. (2018) Antagonistic interactions between microsaccades and evidence accumulation processes during decision formation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Egan JM, Loughnane GM, Fletcher H, et al. (2017) A gaze independent hybrid-BCI based on visual spatial attention. Journal of Neural Engineering. 14: 046006
Newman DP, Lockley SW, Loughnane GM, et al. (2017) Corrigendum: Ocular exposure to blue-enriched light has an asymmetric influence on neural activity and spatial attention. Scientific Reports. 7: 44958
Newman DP, Loughnane GM, Kelly SP, et al. (2017) Visuospatial asymmetries arise from differences in the onset time of perceptual evidence accumulation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Newman DP, Lockley SW, Loughnane GM, et al. (2016) Ocular exposure to blue-enriched light has an asymmetric influence on neural activity and spatial attention. Scientific Reports. 6: 27754
Loughnane GM, Newman DP, Bellgrove MA, et al. (2016) Target Selection Signals Influence Perceptual Decisions by Modulating the Onset and Rate of Evidence Accumulation. Current Biology : Cb
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