Umass Psychology People
Dr. David E Huber
Position(s): Full Professor
Division: Div 2 Cog
Secondary Division: Div 1 NSB
Building/Room: T 425
Email: dehuber AT psych DOT umass DOT edu
My research focuses on human perception and memory from a broad-based, computational perspective. To shed light on these basic cognitive processes, we find converging evidence from behavioral studies and neurophysiological measures in combination with neural network and Bayesian modeling.
- Tian, X. & Huber, D. E. (2013). Playing ‘duck duck goose’ with neurons: Change detection through connectivity reduction. Psychological Science, 24(6), 819-827
- Jang, Y., Wallsten, T. S., & Huber, D. E. (2012). A stochastic detection and retrieval model for the study of metacognition. Psychological Review, 119(1), 186-200.
- Gupta, N., Jang, Y., Mednick, S. C., & Huber, D. E. (2012). The road not taken: Creative solutions require avoidance of high frequency responses. Psychological Science, 23(3), 288-294.
- Tomlinson, T. D., Huber, D. E., Rieth, C. A., & Davelaar, E. J. (2009). An interference account of cue-independent forgetting in the no-think paradigm. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106, 15588-15593.
- Huber, D. E. (2008). Immediate Priming and Cognitive Aftereffects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 137, 324-347.