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Selected Articles

Brunia, C.H.M., Hackley, S.A., van Boxtel, G.J.M., Kotani, Y., & Ohgami, Y. (2011). Waiting to perceive: Reward or punishment? Clinical Neurophysiology, 122, 858-868. [article in pdf]

Lee, E.-Y., Cowan, N., Vogel, E.K., Rolan, T., Valle-Inclán, F. & Hackley, S.A. (2010). Visual working memory deficits in Parkinson's patients are due to both reduced storage capacity and impaired ability to filter out irrelevant information. Brain,133, 2677-2689. [article in pdf]

Schankin, A., Valle-Inclán, F., & Hackley, S.A. (2010). Compatibility between stimulated eye, target location and response location. Psychological Research, 74, 291-301. [article in pdf]

Masaki, H., Yamazaki, K., & Hackley, S.A. (2010). Stimulus-preceding negativity is modulated by action-outcome contingency. NeuroReport, 21, 277-281. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., Muñoz, M.A., Hebert, K., Valle-Inclán, F., & Vila, J. (2009). Reciprocal modulation of eye-blink and pinna-flexion components of startle during reward anticipation. Psychophysiology, 46, 1154-1159.
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Hackley, S.A., Langner, R., Rolke, B., Erb, M., Grodd, W., & Ulrich, R. (2009). Separation of phasic arousal and temporal orienting effects in a speeded reaction time task via fMRI. Psychophysiology, 46, 163-171. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A. (2009). The speeding of voluntary reaction by a warning signal. Psychophysiology, 46, 225–233. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., Schankin, A., Wohlschlaeger, A., and Wascher, E. (2007). Localization of temporal preparation effects via trisected reaction time. Psychophysiology, 44, 334–338. [article in pdf]

Sonnenberg, D., Johnson, L.N., Jurkowski, A., & Hackley, S.A. (2006). Facilitation as well as inhibition of the blink reflex by a visual prepulse requires intact striate cortex. Clinical Neurophysiology, 117, 2284-2291. [article in pdf]

Mattox, S.T., Valle-Inclán, F., and Hackley, S.A. (2006). Psychophysiological evidence for impaired reward anticipation in Parkinson’s disease. Clinical Neurophysiology, 117, 2144–2153. [article in pdf]

Jurkowski, Anita J., Stepp, Elizabeth, & Hackley, Steven A. (2005) Variable foreperiod deficits in Parkinson's disease: Dissociation across reflexive and voluntary reactions, Brain and Cognition, 58, 49-61. [article in pdf]

Blumenthal, T.D., Cuthbert, B.N., Filion, D.L., Hackley, S.A., Lipp, O.V., and van Boxtel, A., (2005). Committee report: Guidelines for human startle eyeblink electromyographic studies. Psychophysiology, 42, 1–15. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., & Valle-Inclán (1999). Accessory stimulus effects on response selection: Does arousal speed decision making? Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 11, 321-329. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., & Valle-Inclán (1998). Automatic alerting does not speed late motoric processes in a reaction-time task. Nature, 391, 786-788. [article in pdf]

Sollers, J.J., III, & Hackley, S.A. (1997). Effects of foreperiod duration on reflexive and voluntary responses to intense noise bursts. Psychophysiology, 34, 518-526. [article in pdf]

Burke, J., & Hackley, S.A. (1997).  Prepulse effects on the photic eyeblink reflex:  Evidence for startle-dazzle theory.  Psychophysiology, 34, 276-284. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., & Johnson, L.W. (1996).  Distinct early and late subcomponents of the photic blink reflex:  Response characteristics in patients with retrogeniculate lesions.  Psychophysiology, 33, 239-251. [article in pdf]

Low, K.A., Larson, S.L., Burke, J., & Hackley, S.A. (1996).  Alerting effects on choice reaction time and the photic eyeblink reflex.  Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 98, 385-393. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A. & Miller, J. (1995).  Response complexity and precue interval effects on the lateralized readiness potential.  Psychophysiology, 32, 230-241. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A. (1993). An evaluation of the automaticity of sensory processing using event-related potentials and brain-stem reflexes. Psychophysiology, 30, 415-428. [article in pdf]

Miller, J., & Hackley, S.A. (1992).  Electrophysiological evidence for temporal overlap among contingent mental processes.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  General, 121, 195-209. [article in pdf]

Woldorff, M., Hackley, S.A., & Hillyard, S.A. (1991). The effects of channel-selective attention on the mismatch negativity wave elicited by deviant tones. Psychophysiology, 28, 30-42. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., Woldorff, M., & Hillyard, S.A. (1990). Cross-modal selective attention effects on retinal, myogenic, brainstem and cerebral evoked potentials. Psychophysiology, 27, 195-208. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., Woldorff, M., & Hillyard, S.A. (1987). Combined use of microreflexes and event-related brain potentials as measures of auditory selective attention. Psychophysiology, 24, 632-647. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., & Graham, F.K. (1987). Effects of attending selectively to the spatial position of reflex-eliciting and reflex-modulating stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 13, 411-424. [article in pdf]

Hackley, S.A., & Graham, F.K. (1983). Early selective attention effects on cutaneous and acoustic blink reflexes. Physiological Psychology, 11, 235-242. [article in pdf]

Bohlin, G., Graham, F.K., Silverstein, L.D., & Hackley, S.A. (1981). Cardiac orienting and startle blink modification in novel and signal situations. Psychophysiology, 18, 603-611. [article in pdf]