Graduate theses supervised by Dr. Joe King using the Event Related Potential Technique to study Attention:
Warren, Amanda (1996) Behavioral and Brain correlates of novelty as a function of figure-ground organization.(Completed Fall, 1996). Amanda is currently a Research Associate in electrophysiology at the Shriver-Kennedy Center in Waltham, MA, and also a Ph.D. candidate in Psychophysiology at Tufts University in Boston.
Hunter, George (1999, July) High Density analyses of evoked responses to changes in figures and backgrounds in a Flankers Task.. George is currently a Ph..D. student in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Kansas.
Lyle, Joseph (July, 2000) Response Locked Brain Electrical Activity Associated with Perceptual Reversals in Bistable Images . Currently an adjunct instructor of psychology teaching a course in Cognitive Psychology at Radford University.