Dr. Chad Duncan Assistant Professor of Psychology
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Publications

 

Skiba, R.M., Duncan, C.S. and Crognale, M.A. (2014). Isolation of the Tritan Pathway with the Chromatic Visual Evoked Potential (cVEP). Vision Research, 95, 68-74.  PDF

Coia, A., Jones, C., Duncan, C.S. and Crognale, M.A. (2014). Physiological Correlates of the Watercolor Effect. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 31, 4, A15-A22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/JOSAA.31.000A15.  PDF
 

Crognale, M.A., Duncan, C.S., Shoenhard, H., Peterson, D. and Berryhill, M.E. (2013).  The locus of color sensation: Cortical color loss and the chromatic visual evoked potential.  Journal of Vision, 13(10):15, 1-11. PDF

Duncan, C.S., Roth, E.J., Mizokami, Y., McDermott, K.C. and Crognale, M.A. (2012). Contrast Adaptation Reveals Increased Organizational Complexity of Chromatic Processing in the Visual Evoked Potential. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 29 (2), A152-A156. PDF

 

Works in Progress

Duncan, C.S., Jones, C. and Crognale, M.A. Top-down Modulation of the Chromatic Visual Evoked Potential. Manuscript in preparation.

Duncan, C.S., Jones, C., McDermott, K.C. and Crognale, M.A. Quantification of the Synesthetic Experience with the Chromatic Visual Evoked Potential.  Manuscript in preparation.

Jones, C., Shapiro, A., Duncan, C.S. and Crognale, M.A. Physiological Correlates of Apparent Modulation Frequency.  Manuscript in preparation.

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