Email: steven_luke@byu.edu
Office: 1062 SWKT
Phone: 801-422-5978
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Steven Luke, Assistant Professor

Department: Psychology

Vita

Education

  • PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011
  • MS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008
  • BA, Brigham Young University, 2003

Research Interests

I use eye-tracking and other methods (MRI, EEG) to investigate:
• The interaction of visual and linguistic processing, especially as it relates to reading.
• The cortical networks underlying vision, attention, language, reading, and the interaction of these processes.
• The influence of context and task on reading, visual word recognition, and other visual processing.
• Individual differences in and the development of language processing and eye movement control.
• Using eye movements in cognitive assessment and the diagnosis of clinical and neurological disorders.

Publication Info

  • Steven Garet Luke, Kiel Christianson (2016). Limits on Lexical Prediction during Reading. Cognitive Psychology.
  • Steven Garet Luke, Johm M Henderson (2016). The Influence of Content Meaningfulness on Eye Movements across Tasks: Evidence from Scene Viewing and Reading. Frontiers in Psychology.
  • Steven G. Luke, Kiel Christianson (2015). Predicting inflectional morphology from context. Language, Cognition & Neuroscience.
  • Steven G. Luke, Tim J Smith, Joseph Schmidt, John M Henderson (2014). Dissociating temporal inhibition of return and saccadic momentum across multiple eye-movement tasks. Journal of Vision.
  • Steven G. Luke, Antje Nuthmann, John M Henderson (2013). Eye movement control in scene viewing and in reading: Evidence from a stimulus onset delay paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
  • Steven G. Luke , John M Henderson (2013). Oculomotor and cognitive control of eye movements during reading: Evidence from mindless reading. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics.
  • Steven G. Luke, Kiel Christianson (2013). SPaM: A combined self-paced reading and masked-priming paradigm. Behavior Research Methods.
  • Steven G. Luke, Joseph Schmidt, John M Henderson (2013). Temporal oculomotor inhibition of return and spatial facilitation of return in a visual encoding task. Frontiers in Psychology.
  • Steven G. Luke, Kiel Christianson (2012). Semantic predictability eliminates the transposed-letter effect. Memory & Cognition.
  • Steven G. Luke, Kiel Christianson (2011). Stem and whole-word frequency effects in the processing of inflected verbs in and out of a sentence context. Language and Cognitive Processes.