• New paper in Cerebral Cortex

    November 16, 2020 - 12:15pm

    Cheol has just published a new paper, entitled "Unexpected Sounds Nonselectively Inhibit Active Visual Stimulus Representations" in Cerebral Cortex. Find it here.

  • New paper in eLife

    May 7, 2019 - 12:15pm

    Our new work was just published in eLife. It includes the 1st dataset ever collected in our lab, all the way back in 2015. Using EEG, TMS & subthalamic nucleus LFP recordings, we find that response-conflict leads to non-selective motor suppression, likely via STN. This paper was a collaboration between us and the Human Brain Research Laboratory in the UI Neurosurgery Department, specifically, Dr. Jeremy Greenlee. Paper openly available here:

  • Megan earns INI scholarship

    March 14, 2019 - 3:00pm

    Our undergraduate RA Megan Hynd has been selected as one of three INI Summer Scholars for 2019. She will receive $5000 to perform research in the lab. Congratulations to her on this great achievement!

  • New paper by Darcy

    January 18, 2019 - 10:00am

    Darcy's paper showing that fronto-central P3 amplitudes predict incidental motor slowing following rare (but non-surprising) events is out at the International Journal of Psychophysiology (Special Issue on Motor Inhibition). This project was a collaboration with Eliot Hazeltine. Proofs can be found here. Data, code, procedures here.