Dr. Aaron Schurger
Assistant Professor, Member of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Brain and Behavioral Sciences
Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Psychology
Office Location: Building 9401, Rinker Campus 561 N. Glassell
Office Hours: Spring 2020: M 4:00 – 6:00 pm, W 4:00 – 6:00 pm in Crean Hall 146
Secondary Office Location: Rinker Health Science Campus 14725 Alton, Suite 212
- Indiana University Bloomington, Bachelor of Arts
Princeton University, Master of Arts
Princeton University, Ph.D.
Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Doerig A, Schurger A, Herzog MH (2021) Hard criteria for empirical theories of consciousness. Cognitive Neuroscience, 12(2):41-62.
Schurger A, Roskies A, Pak J, Hu B (2021) What is the readiness potential? Trends in Cognitive Sciences 25(7):558-570
Doerig A, Schurger A, Hess K, Herzog MH (2019) The unfolding argument: Why IIT and other causal structure theories cannot explain consciousness. Con & Cog, 72:49-59.
Schurger, A. (2018). Specific Relationship between the Shape of the Readiness Potential, Subjective Decision Time, and Waiting Time Predicted by an Accumulator Model with Temporally Autocorrelated Input Noise. eneuro, 5(1). doi: 10.1523/eneuro.0302-17.2018
Schurger, A., Gale, S., Gozel, O., & Blanke, O. (2017). Performance monitoring for brain-computer-interface actions. Brain and Cognition, 111, 44-50.
Schurger, A., Mylopoulos, M., & Rosenthal, D. (2016). Neural Antecedents of Spontaneous Self-Initiated Movement: A New Perspective. Trends Cog Sci, 20(2), 77-79.
Schurger, A., Kim, M.-S., & Cohen, J.D. (2015). Paradoxical Interaction between Ocular Activity, Perception, and Decision Confidence at the Threshold of Vision. PLoS ONE, 10(5), e0125278. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125278
Schurger, A., Sarigiannidis, I., Naccache, L., Sitt, J.D., & Dehaene, S. (2015). Cortical activity is more stable when sensory stimuli are consciously perceived. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 112(16), E2083-2092. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1418730112
Schurger, A., & Uithol, S. (2015). Nowhere and Everywhere: The Causal Origin of Voluntary Action. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 6(4), 761-778. doi: 10.1007/s13164-014-0223-2