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Researcher: Satel, J (Dr Jason Satel)

Fields of Research

Computer Perception, Memory and Attention
Psychiatry (incl. Psychotherapy)
Biological Psychology (Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Physiological Psychology)
Psychological Methodology, Design and Analysis
Neurocognitive Patterns and Neural Networks

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
Nervous System and Disorders
Expanding Knowledge in Technology
Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A rapid event-related potential (ERP) method for point-of-care evaluation of brain function: development of the Halifax Consciousness Scanner; Journal of neuroscience methods
Aftereffects of Saccades Explored in a Dynamic Neural Field Model of the Superior Colliculus; Journal of Eye Movement Research
Are binary synapses superior to graded weight representations in stochastic attractor networks?; Cognitive neurodynamics
Attentional modulation of steady-state visual evoked potentials in an inhibitory cueing paradigm; 3rd Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology (CBP 2014)
Averaging saccades are repelled by prior uninformative cues at both short and long intervals; Visual Cognition
Detection of event-related potentials in individual subjects using support vector machines; Brain Informatics
Electrophysiological Explorations of the Cause and Effect of Inhibition of Return in a Cue–Target Paradigm; Brain Topography: Journal of Functional Neurophysiology
Examining the dissociation of retinotopic and spatiotopic inhibition of return with event-related potentials; Neuroscience Letters
Exploring the modulation of attentional capture by spatial attentional control settings: converging evidence from event-related potentials; Experimental Brain Research
Handles of manipulable objects attract covert visual attention: ERP evidence; Brain and Cognition
In search of a reliable electrophysiological marker of oculomotor inhibition of return; Psychophysiology
Influence of distractors on inhibition of return in spatial orienting paradigm; 5th Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology
Inhibitory cueing effects following manual and saccadic responses to arrow cues; Attention, perception & psychophysics
Investigating a two causes theory of inhibition of return; Experimental Brain Research
Modeling inhibition of return as short-term depression of early sensory input to the superior colliculus; Vision Research
Motivational modulation of endogenous inputs to the superior colliculus; 2005 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks
Oculomotor inhibition of return: how soon is it 'recoded' into spatiotopic coordinates?; Attention, perception & psychophysics
On the nature of the delayed 'inhibitory' cueing effects generated by uninformative arrows at fixation; Psychonomic bulletin & review
On the role of eye movement monitoring and discouragement on inhibition of return in a go/no-go task; Vision research
Returning to “Inhibition of Return” by Dissociating Long-Term Oculomotor IOR From Short-Term Sensory Adaptation and Other Nonoculomotor “Inhibitory” Cueing Effects; Journal of Experimental Psychology
Sensory and motor mechanisms of oculomotor inhibition of return; Experimental brain research
Simulating oculomotor inhibition of return with a two-dimensional dynamic neural field model of the superior colliculus; ICONIP 2014: 21st International Conference on Neural Information Processing
Stimulus-response incompatibility eliminates inhibitory cueing effects with saccadic but not manual responses; Attention, perception & psychophysics
The effects of ignored versus foveated cues upon inhibition of return: an event-related potential study; Attention, perception & psychophysics
The impact of cognitive load on reward evaluation; Brain research
Using a Dynamic Neural Field Model to Explore a Direct Collicular Inhibition Account of Inhibition of Return; 2013 International Symposium on Attention in Cognitive Systems

Research Projects

Cognitive science and neuroimaging; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Investigating visual search with eye tracking and brain imaging techniques; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Electroencephalographic (EEG) and eye tracking equipment for Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
Finding physiological indices of alertness in healthy young and older adults using electroencephalography
Finding physiological indices of alertness in healthy young and older adults using electroencephalography
Novel combination of eye tracking and brain imaging techniques to determine how the human brain performs visual search tasks for application in robotics and computer vision
Novel combination of eye tracking and brain imaging techniques to determine how the human brain performs visual search tasks for application in robotics and computer vision
Testing the neural basis of judgments and experience of emotions when social status matters
Using state of the art behavioural and brain imaging techniques to develop novel methods of English language training for Malaysians
Using state of the art behavioural and brain imaging techniques to develop novel methods of English language training for Malaysians
Using steady-state visual evoked potentials (SSVEPs) to investigate the neural origins and stages of processing associated with inhibition of return (IOR)

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