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Lee Lovejoy is interested in the neural basis of behavior. He is currently studying the regulation of motion discrimination and covert spatial attention by the superior colliculus in primates. Lee has shown that reversible inactivation of the SC leads to spatial neglect similar to that seen in patients following stroke of the parietal cortex. Lee's other professional interests include statistical learning theory, parameter estimation, signal detection theory, and Bayesian decision theory.

lovejoy@salk.edu ext.1044

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