Steven J. Luck
Davis , California 95618
- PhD (UCSD)
Biography:Dr. Luck's research focuses on the neural and cognitive mechanisms of attention and working memory in healthy young adults and dysfunctions of attention and working memory in psychiatric and neurological disorders. He also works to develop and promote ERP methods, including a yearly 10-day NIH-funded summer workshop (the ERP Boot Camp) and an open-source Matlab toolbox (ERPLAB Toolbox).
- Laboratory for Basic and Translational Cognitive Neuroscience
- Curriculum Vita
- View and download publications
- The ERP Boot Camp
- ERP training workshops at UC Davis and elsewhere
- ERPLAB Toolbox
- A freely available, open source Matlab toolbox for ERP data analysis
- Educational Materials for ERPs
- Assorted materials for teaching about ERPs, including the PowerPoint files for the ERP Boot Camp lectures
- An Introduction to the Event-Related Potential Technique (2nd Edition)
- A monograph on ERP methods published by MIT Press
- Mandarin translation of An Introduction the the Event-Related Potential Technique
- The Oxford Handbook of ERP Components
- An edited volume with chapters on all the major ERP components by leading researchers
- Visual Memory
- A volume of essays on visual memory by leading experts in the field (edited by Steven J. Luck and Andrew Hollingworth)
- Video describing live-online hybrid version of PSC100Y Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
- This video provides a brief overview of a course that uses a new approach to college teaching, in which the lectures are delivered as a series of 5-minute YouTube videos, giving the instructor time to have weekly small-group discussion meetings with the students. This leads to both enhanced learning and greater student satisfaction.
- Example subunit from a hybrid course
- This example shows what a subunit on memory looks like.