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Brad Stilwell

  • Ph.D Student
  • Teaching Assistant
  • University of Iowa
  • 2Following

Research interests

Attentional CaptureSpatial CueingVisual SearchEmotion-Induced BlindnessContingent Attentional CaptureValue-driven Attentional CaptureVisual Attention

About

Currently working under Dr. Shaun P. Vecera studying Priming of Pop-out and reward associations as well as, Context effects on Value-driven attentional capture. Previously worked under Dr. Charles Folk at Villanova. My Master's Thesis was entitled "Value-driven attentional capture using semantic categories". During my undergraduate study, I worked with Dr. James E. Hoffman studying Emotion-Induced Blindness using a RSVP task and examining the P300 component using ERP.

Following (2)

Professional experience

Teaching Assistant

University of Iowa

August 2015 - Present

Education history

Ph.D

University of Iowa Department of Psychology

August 2015 - Present

Master of Science

Villanova University Department of Psychology

August 2013 - May 2015(2 years)

Bachelor of Science

Department of Psychology, University of Delaware

August 2010 - January 2013(2 years)