* denotes undergraduate collaborator

PUBLICATIONS

Gannon*, E. T. & Grubb, M. A. (in press). How Filmmakers Guide The Eye: The Effect of Average Shot Length on Intersubject Attentional Synchrony. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts.

Grubb, M. A., Christensen*, G., & Albanese*, J. (2019). Investigating the role of exogenous cueing on selection history formation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 26:1282–1288. 

Grubb, M. A., & Li*, Y. (2018). Assessing the role of accuracy-based feedback in value-driven attentional capture. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics 80: 822-828.

Grubb, M. A., Tymula, A., Gilaie-Dotan, S., Glimcher, P., & Levy, I. (2016). Neuroanatomy Accounts for Age-Related Changes in Risk PreferencesNature Communications 7, 13822: 1-5. [media coverage]

Grubb, M. A., White, A., Heeger, D., & Carrasco, M. (2015). Interactions between Voluntary and Involuntary Attention Modulate the Quality and Temporal Dynamics of Visual Processing. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 2: 437-444. [pdf]

Grubb, M. A., Behrmann, M., Egan, R., Minshew, N. J., Heeger, D. J., & Carrasco, M. (2013). Exogenous Spatial Attention: Evidence for Intact Functioning in Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Vision 13, 14: 9, 1-13. [pdf]

Grubb, M. A., Behrmann, M., Egan, R., Minshew, N. J., Carrasco, M. & Heeger, D. J. (2013). Endogenous Spatial Attention: Evidence for Intact Functioning in Adults with Autism. Autism Research 6: 108-118. [pdf]

RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Grubb, M. A. On the Varieties of Visual Attention. Talk presented at the Sloan Nomis Workshop on the Cognitive Foundations of Economic Behavior, Vitznau, Switzerland, July 5, 2019.

Grubb, M. A., Christensen*, G., & Albanese*, J. Does a history of involuntary selection generate attentional biases? Poster presented at the Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, St. Pete’s Beach, FL, May 21, 2019.

Grubb, M. A. & Butler*, D. “Associative learning accelerates the temporal dynamics of covert exogenous spatial attention.” Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, St. Pete’s Beach, FL, May 23, 2018.

Grubb, M. A. & Li*, Y. “Performance-contingent reward training modulates reaction time variability, even in the absence of previously rewarded stimuli.” Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, St. Pete’s Beach, FL, May 24, 2017.

Grubb, M. A., Glimcher, P., & Levy, I. “Neuroanatomy Accounts for Age-Related Changes in Risk Preferences.” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 12, 2016.