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Thomas Reppert

Post-Doctoral Fellow
Research Area: Clinical Science
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
Quantitative Methods

Neural mechanisms instantiating perceptual decision-making

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Representative Publications

Reppert TR, Heitz RP, and Schall JD (2019) Neural mechanisms for executive control of speed-accuracy tradeoff. bioRxiv Online pre-print.

Lowe KA, Reppert TR, and Schall JD (2019) Selective influence and sequential operations: a research strategy for visual search. Visual Cognition In press.

Shadmehr R, Reppert TR, Summerside EM, Yoon T, and Ahmed AA (2019) Movement vigor as a reflection of subjective economic utility. Trends in Neurosciences 42: 323-336.

Reppert TR, Servant M, Heitz RP, and Schall JD (2018) Neural mechanisms of speed-accuracy tradeoff: Saccade vigor, the origin of targeting errors, and comparison of superior colliculus and frontal eye field. J. Neurophysiol. 120: 372-384.

Reppert TR, Rigas I, Herzfeld DJ, Sedaghat-Nejad E, Komogortsev O, and Shadmehr R (2018) Movement vigor as a trait-like attribute of individuality. J. Neurophysiol. 120: 741-757.

Reppert TR*, Lempert KM*, Glimcher PW, and Shadmehr R (2015) Modulation of saccade vigor during value-based decision making. J. Neurosci. 35: 15369-15378.


2018-2020    Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Eye Institute

2016-2018    T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Vanderbilt University, National Eye Institute

2009-2012    Graduate Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation

2007-2008    Fulbright Research Scholarship, Department of State