Publications

The publications listed below were sponsored by the PURSUE NSF grants: Bukach, Couperus & Reed

* denotes undergraduate co-author

Peer-reviewed Articles

  1. Bukach, C.M., Bukach, N., Reed, C.L., & Couperus, J.W. (2021). Open Science as a Path to Education of New Psychophysiologists. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 76-83. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2021.04.001
  2. Couperus, J.W., *Lydic, K.O., *Hollis, J.E., *Roy, J.L, *Lowe, A.R., Bukach, C.M., & Reed., C.L.(2021). Individual Differences in Working Memory and the N2pc. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience,15, 620413. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2021.620413
  3. Bukach, C.M., *Stewart, K., Couperus, J.W., & Reed, C.L. . (2019). Using Collaborative Models to Overcome Obstacles to Undergraduate Publication in Cognitive Neuroscience. Frontiers in Psychology. 10, 549. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00549

Published Abstracts and Book Chapters

  1. *Jackson, W., *Song, J., *Stewart, K., Couperus, J.W., Reed, C.L., & Bukach, C.M. (2018). Interactive neuroscience: Creating interactive web-based simulations to demonstrate difficult concepts through student-faculty collaboration. In B. Brown & J. Holmes (Eds.). Teaching Tips: A Compendium of Conference Presentations on Teaching, 2017-18. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/index.php
  2. *Hagen, E., Couperus, J.W., Bukach, C.M., & Reed, C.L. (2018). Visualizing neuroscience: applying best practices when creating animations of difficult concepts In B. Brown & J. Holmes (Eds.). Teaching Tips: A Compendium of Conference Presentations on Teaching, 2017-18. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology website: http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/index.php

Conference Presentations

  1. Couperus, J.W., *Lin, S., *Kaur, S., *Shang, J., *Suval, U., Bukach, C., Reed, C. (2021, May). Individual Differences in Objective and Subjective Socioeconomic Status, and the N2pc. Presented at the 2021 Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (virtual).
  2. Reed, C.L., *Kim, J.H., Couperus, J.W., & Bukach, C.M. (2020, November). Multilingualism, working memory, and the N400. Presented at the 60th meeting of the (virtual) Psychonomics Society.
  3. *Bartnick, K.N., Bukach, C.M., *Stibolt, O.S., Reed, C.L., & Couperus, J.W. (2020, October). Sleep Resiliency: Normal variation in quantity of prior night’s sleep among college students does not impact P3 amplitude or task performance. Presented at the 60th meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (virtual).
  4. Couperus, J.W., Bukach, C., Reed, C. Procrastination and the N2pc. (2020, October). Presented at the 60th meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (virtual).
  5. Couperus J.W., *Hollis J., *Roy, J., *Lowe, A., Reed, C.L., Bukach, C.M. (2020, March). Individual Differences in Self-Reported Autistic Traits and the N2pc. Poster session presentation at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.
  6. Reed, C.L., *Berlin, M.K., *Diamond, E., *Potter, H.M. *Jo, A., *Kim, J.H., *Saikley, A. Couperus, J.W., & Bukach, C.M. (2019, November). It’s not just the age, it’s the emotion: Own age bias is mediated by emotion. Presented at the 60th meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Montreal, Quebec, CA. 
  7. *Lowe, A., *Hollis, J., *Roy, J., *Okabe, T., Bukach, C., Reed, C., Couperus, J.W. Working Memory, short term visual memory and the N400. (2019, September). Presented at the 59th meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Washington, DC
  8. *Berlin, M.K., *Diamond, E., *Potter, H.M. *Jo, A., *Kim, J.H., *Saikley, A. Couperus, J.W., Bukach, C.M., & Reed, C.L. (2019, September). It’s not just the age, it’s the emotion: Own age bias is mediated by emotion. Presented at the meeting of the 59th Society for Psychophysiological Research, Washington, DC.
  9. *Lodge, M., *Siqi-Liu, A., *Berlin, M., *Hagen, E., *Jo, A., *Burre, A., *Saikley, A., *Zeledon, J., Couperus, J., Bukach, C., & Reed, C.L. (2019, May). Anxiety, Depression, and their Comorbidity Influence Neural Responses to Errors. Paper presented at the Visual Science Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.
  10. *Borgatti, S., *Hollis, J., *Lydic, K., *Pestana, Z., *Lowe, A., *Welty, H., *Aming, C., Bukach, C., Reed, C., Couperus, J. (March 2019). The N2pc and Individual Differences in Working Memory. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
  11. *Laskowitz, S., *Deutsch, A., *Cole, Z.J., *Jackson, W., *Cinge, C., *Sathe, A., *Munezero, P., *Kade, P., Couperus, J.W., Reed, C.L., Bukach, C.M. (May 2018). Angry Bias for Black Male Faces Associated with Increased Other-Race Effect for Identity during Visual Discrimination. Poster session presentation at the 30th Annual Association for Psychological Science Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  12. *Jackson, W., *Song, J., *Stewart, K., Couperus, J.W., Reed, C.L., Bukach, C.M. (May 2018). Interactive Neuroscience: Creating Interactive Web-Based Simulations to Demonstrate Difficult Concepts through Student-Faculty Collaboration. Poster session presentation at the Association for Psychological Science Conference Teaching Institute, San Francisco, CA.
  13. *Lodge, M.K., *Liu, S., *Berlin, M.K., *Hagen, E., *Jo, A., *Burre, A., Cole, A., J., Couperus., J.W., Bukach, C.M., Reed., C.L. (May, 2018). Oh X!#@$!: Individual Differences in Inhibition and Abstract Reasoning Influence Neural Responses to Errors. Poster session presentation at the 30th Annual Association for Psychological Science Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  14. *Liu, S., *Lydic, K., *Lodge, M.L., *Hagen, E., *Berlin, M.K., *Jo, A., *Burre, A., Cole, Z.J., Bukach, C.M., Couperus, J.W., Reed, C.L. (May 2018). Individual Differences in Working Memory and Abstract Reasoning Modulate the P3 Response. Poster session presentation at the 30th Annual Association for Psychological Science Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  15. *Hagen, E., Couperus, J.W., Bukcach, C.M., Reed, C.L. (May 2018).Visualizing Neuroscience: Applying Best Practices When Creating Animations of Difficult Concepts. Poster session presentation at the Association for Psychological Science Teaching Institute, San Francisco, CA.
  16. *Lydic, K., *Nwanwko, F., *Hollis, J., Bukach, C.M., Reed, C.L., Couperus, J.W. (Feb. 2018). Individual Differences in Perceived Stress and Anxiety and the P3 Response. Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON) Conference 2018, North Haven, CT.

Professional Presentations

  1. Teaching Psychophysiology in the Pandemic: Online Resources. (August, 2020). Co-presenter with Dr. Steve Luck a Webinar hosted by The Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) Online (https://vimeo.com/451215447/2ae9c2afe3). 
  2. Couperus, J.W. (April 2018). PURSUE: Preparing Undergraduates for Research in STEM Using Electrophysiological Methodologies. Keynote Speaker at the University of South Carolina Aiken Scholar Showcase Undergraduate Research Symposium, Aikin, SC.
  3. Bukach, C.M. (2018). Invited Talk: PURSUE: Preparing Undergraduates for Research in STEM Using Electrophysiology. Annual Meeting of the James S. McDonnell Foundation. Oxford, England.

Undergraduate Empirical Theses (students trained under PURSUE and/or students using PURSUE database)

  1. *Diamond, E. (2020). It’s not just the age, it’s the emotion: Own age bias is mediated by emotion. Senior Empirical Year-long Thesis, Neuroscience, Scripps College.
  2. *Kim, J.H. (2020). Working memory, multilingualism, and the N400.Senior Empirical Year-long Thesis, Neuroscience, Claremont McKenna College.
  3. *Berlin, M. (2019). It’s not just the age, it’s the emotion: Own age bias is mediated by emotion. Senior Empirical Year-long Thesis, Neuroscience, Pomona College.
  4. *Lodge, M. (2018). Oh X!#@$!: Individual Differences in Inhibition and Abstract Reasoning Influence Neural Responses to Errors. Senior Year-long Thesis, Neuroscience, Claremont McKenna College.
  5. *Hagen, E. (2018). Visualizing Neuroscience: Applying Best Practices When Creating Animations of Difficult Concepts. Senior Year-long Thesis, Neuroscience, Scripps College.
  6. *Siqi-Liu, A. (2018). Understanding you through me: Neural Simulation of Others’ Emotional Body Language. Senior Honors Thesis, Psychology, Claremont McKenna College.

Undergraduate Research Presentations (non-national presentations at PI institutions)

  1. *Potter, H.M. (2018). The Influences of Age, Emotions and Implicit Bias on Face Recognition. Johnson Grant Award. Scripps College Summer Research Symposium. Claremont, CA.
  2. *Laskowitz, S., *Sathe, A., *Jackson, W., & *Deutsch, A. (2018). Angry Bias for Black Male Faces Associated with Increased Other-Race Effect for Identity During Visual Discrimination. University of Richmond Arts and Sciences Student Symposium. Richmond, VA.
  3. *Lodge, M. (2017). Individual Differences in Inhibition and Abstract Reasoning Influence Neural Responses to Errors. Keck Science Summer Research Symposium. Claremont Colleges. Claremont, CA.
  4. *Lydic, K., *Nwanwko, F., *Hollis, J., Bukach, C.M., Reed, C.L., Couperus, J.W. (2018). Individual Differences in Perceived Stress and Anxiety and the P3 Response.. Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON) Conference 2018. North Haven, CT.
  5. *Kim, J.H. (2018). NSF Sponsored PURSUE Project using EEG.. Keck Science Summer Research Brownbag Series, Claremont Colleges. Claremont, CA. 
  6. *Lodge, M. (2018). Oh X!#@$!: Individual Differences in Inhibition and Abstract Reasoning Influence Neural Responses to Errors. Keck Science Senior Thesis Research Symposium, Claremont Colleges. Claremont, CA. 
  7. *Hollis, J., *Pestana, Z., & *Borgatti, S. (2018). The N2pc and Visual Working Memory. Sherman Fairchild Student Symposium, Hampshire College. Amherst, MA.
  8. *Sathe, A. (2018). Understanding the Perception of Words Using Event-Related Potentials.. University of Richmond Arts and Sciences Student Symposium. Richmond, VA. 
  9. *Hagen, E. (2018). Visualizing Neuroscience: Applying Best Practices When Creating Animations of Difficult Concepts. Keck Science Senior Thesis Research Symposium. Claremont Colleges. Claremont, CA. 
  10. *Hagen, E. (2017). Visualizing Neuroscience: Applying Best Practices When Creating Animations of Difficult Concepts.. Scripps College Summer Research Symposium. Claremont, CA. 
  11. *Jackson, W. (April, 2017). Simulating the Source of Event Related Potentials. Poster presented at the A&S Student Symposium, University of Richmond, VA.
  12. *Richard. S, *Frost, L., *Rivera, C., *Jackson, W., & *Cole, Z. (April, 2017). The Art of Capping: Procedural Directives for Undergraduate ERP Research. Poster presented at the A&S Student Symposium. University of Richmond, VA.
  13. *Hollis, J., *Pestana, Z., *Borgatti, S. (Aug., 2018). The N2pc and Visual Working Memory. Talk at the Sherman Fairchild Student Symposium, Hampshire College, MA.
  14. *Hollis, J., *Roy, J., *Okabe, T. (Aug., 2018). The N400 and Working Memory. Talk at the Sherman Fairchild Student Symposium. Hampshire College, MA.