Mike Le Pelley, Ph.D.

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Psychology UNSW, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia 
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Ian P McLaren grad student 1998-2002 Cambridge

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Tom Beesley grad student 2005-2008 Cardiff University
Lucy Albertella grad student 2013-2017 UNSW Australia (Neurotree)
Daniel Pearson grad student 2015-2019 Psychology (Philosophy Tree)
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Watson P, Pavri Y, Le J, et al. (2022) Attentional capture by signals of reward persists following outcome devaluation. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 29: 181-191
Morris RW, Dezfouli A, Griffiths KR, et al. (2022) The Neural Bases of Action-Outcome Learning in Humans. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 42: 3636-3647
Le Pelley ME, Ung R, Mine C, et al. (2022) Reward learning and statistical learning independently influence attentional priority of salient distractors in visual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Lee JC, Le Pelley ME, Lovibond PF. (2021) Nonreactive testing: Evaluating the effect of withholding feedback in predictive learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Mikhael S, Watson P, Anderson BA, et al. (2021) You do it to yourself: Attentional capture by threat-signaling stimuli persists even when entirely counterproductive. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). 21: 1691-1698
Pearson D, Le Pelley ME. (2021) Reward encourages reactive, goal-directed suppression of attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 47: 1348-1364
Cheng PX, Rich AN, Le Pelley ME. (2021) Reward Rapidly Enhances Visual Perception. Psychological Science. 32: 1994-2004
Vanunu Y, Hotaling JM, Le Pelley ME, et al. (2021) How top-down and bottom-up attention modulate risky choice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Liu C, Yücel M, Suo C, et al. (2021) Reward-Related Attentional Capture Moderates the Association between Fear-Driven Motives and Heavy Drinking. European Addiction Research. 1-11
Watson P, Vasudevan A, Pearson D, et al. (2020) Eating restraint is associated with reduced attentional capture by signals of valuable food reward. Appetite. 105050
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