Melissa R. Beck

Psychology Lousiana State University, Shrevesport, United States 
Vision, Attention, Memory, Eye Movements
"Melissa Beck"
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Daniel Levin grad student 1998-2003 Kent State (Neurotree)
 (Using and acquiring knowledge about the probability of change to guide visual attention.)


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Amanda van Lamsweerde grad student 2007-2013 LSU (Neurotree)
Justin M. Ericson grad student 2009-2014 LSU
Rebecca R. Goldstein grad student 2011-2016 Louisiana State (Neurotree)
Stephanie M. Saltzmann grad student 2017-2022 LSU
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Kim S, Beck MR. (2020) Non-spatial context-driven search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Moen KC, Beck MR, Saltzmann SM, et al. (2020) Strengthening spatial reasoning: elucidating the attentional and neural mechanisms associated with mental rotation skill development. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 5: 20
Kim S, Beck MR. (2020) Impact of relative and absolute values on selective attention. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Moen KC, Guevara Pinto JD, Papesh MH, et al. (2019) Not all information in visual working memory is forgotten equally. Consciousness and Cognition. 74: 102782
Moen KC, Beck MR. (2019) I won’t forget that: Partial forgetting in visual working memory is not due to binding errors. Journal of Vision. 19: 82b
Spitler SN, Beck MR. (2019) I will never forget you: Direct forgetting and the 3-state model of visual working memory. Journal of Vision. 19: 80c
Saltzmann SM, Beck MR. (2019) Memory for distractors during hybrid search: The effect of target template specificity Journal of Vision. 19: 256a
Kim S, Beck MR. (2019) Influences of Prediction Errors in Establishment of Attentional Control Settings during Incidental Associative Learning Journal of Vision. 19: 140c
Goldstein RR, Beck MR. (2018) Visual search with varying versus consistent attentional templates: Effects on target template establishment, comparison, and guidance. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Wright AM, Moen KC, Beck MR. (2018) Apple of my eye: processed and unprocessed food biases in visual attention F1000research. 7
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