• Pahor, Jaeggi, Seitz (2022) “Getting at Underlying Mechanisms of Far Transfer – the Mediating Role of Near Transfer” Nature Human Behaviour, in press
  • Truong, Buschkuehl, Smith-Peirce, Carrillo,Seitz, Jaeggi (2022), “Change-Detection Training and Its Effects on Visual Processing Skills”, Scientific Reports, in press
  • Caceres, Yu, Capaldi, Diniz, Raynor, Foster, Seitz, Salvy (2022), “Evaluating environmental control and inhibitory control strategies to improve weight management outcomes during a widely available weight loss program”, Contemporary Clinical Trials, in press
  • Gallun, Coco, Koerner, Lelo de Larrea-Mancera, Molis, Eddins, Seitz (2022), “Relating suprathreshold auditory processing abilities to speech understanding in competition”, Brain Sciences, in press
  • Caceres, Yu, Capaldi, Lauzon, Tuckerman, Carrillo, Philipp, Seitz, Raynor, Cardele, Foster, Salvy (2022), Supplementing a widely available weight loss program with gamified inhibitory control training: A randomized pilot study, Obesity Science & Practice, in press
  • Collins, Pina, Carrillo , Ghil , Smith-Peirce , Gomez , Okolo, Chen, Pahor, Jaeggi, Seitz (2022) “Video-Based Remote Administration of Cognitive Assessments and Interventions: A Comparison with In-Lab Administration” Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, in press
  • Pahor, Seitz, Jaeggi (2022) “UCancellation: A New Mobile Measure of Selective Attention and Concentration” Behavior Research Methods , in press
  • Parong, Seitz, Jaeggi, Green (2022) “Expectation Effects in Working Memory Training, PNAS, in press
  • Pahor, Seitz, Jaeggi (2022) “Near transfer to an unrelated N-back task mediates the effect of N-back working memory training on matrix reasoning” Nature Human Behaviour, in press
  • Turnbull, Seitz, Tadin, Lin (2022), ” Unifying framework for cognitive training interventions in brain aging.”, Ageing Research Reviews, in press
  • Lelo de Larrea-Mancera, Stavropoulos, Carrillo, Cheung, He, Eddins, Molis, Gallun, Seitz (2022), “Remote auditory assessment using Portable Automated Rapid Testing (PART) and participant-owned devices.”, JASA, in press


  • Hladek, Seitz, Kopco (2021) “Auditory-visual interactions in egocentric distance perception: Ventriloquism effect and aftereffect” JASA , in press
  • Maniglia, Visscher, Seitz (2021) “Perspective on vision science-informed interventions for central vision loss” Frontiers in Neuroscience, in press
  • Lelo de Larrea-Mancera, Philipp, Stavropoulos, Carrillo, Cheung, Koerner, Molis, Gallun & Seitz (2021) “Training with an auditory perceptual learning game transfers to speech in competition ” Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, in press
  • Stavropoulos, Isarangura, Hoover, Eddins, Seitz, Gallun (2021) “Exponential spectro-temporal modulation generation” JASA , in press
  • Palandrani, Hoover, Stavropoulos, Seitz, Isarangura, Gallun, Eddins (2021) “Temporal integration of monaural and dichotic frequency modulation” JASA , in press




  • Valton, Karvelis, Richards, Seitz, Lawrie, Series (2018), “Acquisition of visual priors and induced hallucinations in chronic schizophrenia”, BioRxiv, doi:
  • Green, Bavelier, Kramer, Vinogradov, Ansorge, Ball, Bingel, Chein, Colzato, Edwards, Facoetti, Gazzaley, Gathercole, Ghisletta, Gori, Granic, Hillman, Hommel, Jaeggi, Kanske, Karbach, Kingstone, Kliegel, Klingberg, Kühn, Levi, Mayer, McLaughlin, McNamara, Morris, Nahum, Newcombe, Panizzutti, Prakash, Rizzo, Schubert, Seitz, Short, Singh, Slotta, Strobach, Thomas, Tipton, Tong, Vlach, Wetherell, Wexler, & Witt (2018), “Improving Methodological Standards in Behavioral Interventions for Cognitive Enhancement”, Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, in press
  • Pahor, Jaeggi, Seitz (2018), “Validation of a Matrix Reasoning Task for Mobile Devices diseases”, Behavior Research Methods, in press
  • Maniglia & Seitz (2018), “A new look at visual system plasticity”, Trends in Cognitive Psychology, in press
  • Thurman, Maniglia, Davey, Biles, Visscher, Seitz (2018), “Multi-line Adaptive Perimetry (MAP): A new procedure for quantifying visual field integrity for rapid assessment of macular diseases”, Translational Vision Science and Technology, in press
  • Gallun, Seitz, Eddins, Molis, Stavropoulos, Jakien, Kampel, Diedesch, Hoover, Bell, Souza, Sherman, Calandruccio, Xue, Tarleb, Sebena, Srinivasan (2018), “Development and validation of Portable Automated Rapid Testing (PART) measures for auditory research”, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 33, 050002
  • Karvelis, Seitz, Lawrie, Series (2018), “Autistic traits, but not schizotypy, predict increased weighting of sensory information in Bayesian visual integration”, eLife, in press
  • Wenliang & Seitz (2018), “Deep neural networks for modeling visual perceptual learning”, Journal of Neuroscience, 38 (27) 6028-6044
  • Maniglia, Thurman Davey, & Seitz (2018), ” Effect of Varying Levels of Glare on Contrast Sensitivity Measurements of Young Healthy Individuals Under Photopic and Mesopic Vision “, Frontiers in Psychology, in press
  • Sotiropoulos, Seitz & Series (2018), “Performance-monitoring integrated reweighting model of perceptual learning”, Vision Research, in press
  • Pahor, Jaeggi & Seitz (2018), “Brain Training”, eLS, in press
  • Pazzani, Feghahati, Shelton & Seitz(2018), “Explaining Contrasting Categories”, Workshop on Explainable Smart Systems (ExSS) at Intelligent User Interfaces
  • Narender, Salazar, McDevitt & Seitz(2018), “Does Napping Boost Benefits of Brain-Training for Working Memory?”, UCR Undergraduate Research Journal, 12(1), p75-82
  • Cohen Hoffing, Karvelis, Rupprechter, Series & Seitz (2018), “The Influence of Feedback on Task-Switching Performance: A Drift Diffusion Modeling Account”, Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, in press


  • Maniglia & Seitz (2017), “Towards a whole brain model of Perceptual Learning “, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, in press
  • Seitz (2017), “A new framework of design and continuous evaluation to improve brain training “, Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, 2018 Mar; 2(1), 78-87
  • Seitz (2017), “Primer: Perceptual Learning”, Current Biology, in press
  • Seitz (2017), “Generalizable Learning: Practice Makes Perfect – But at What?”, Current Biology, in press
  • Mohammed, Flores, Deveau, Cohen Hoffing, Phung, Parlett, Sheehan, Lee, Au, Buschkuehl, Zordan, Jaeggi, & Seitz (2017), “The Benefits and Challenges of Implementing Motivational Features to Boost Cognitive Training Outcome”, Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, in press
  • Protopapas, Mitsi, Koustoumbardis, Tsitsopoulou, Leventi, Seitz (2017), “Incidental orthographic learning during a color detection task”, Cognition, in press
  • Waris, Soveri, Ahti, Hoffing, Ventus, Jaeggi, Seitz, Laine (2017), “A Latent Factor Analysis of Working Memory Measures Using Large-Scale Data”, Frontiers in Psychology, in press


  • Thurman, Davey, McCray, Paronian and Seitz (2016), “Predicting Individual Contrast Sensitivity Functions from Acuity and Letter CS Measurements”, Journal of Vision, in press
  • Bays, Turk-Browne and Seitz (2016), “Dissociable behavioral outcomes of visual statistical learning”, Visual Cognition, Vol. 23 , Iss. 9-10, 2015
  • Zhou, Nanez, Zimmerman, Holloway, Seitz (2016), “Two Visual Training Paradigms Associated with Enhanced Critical Flicker Fusion Threshold”, Frontiers in Psychology, in press
  • Butler, Thompson, Seitz, Deveau, Silverstein (2016), “Visual Perceptual Remediation for Individuals with Schizophrenia: Rationale, Method, and Three Case Studies”, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, in press


  • Green and Seitz (2015), “The Impacts of Video Games on Cognition (and How the Government Can Guide the Industry) “, Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, in press
  • Talluri, Hung, Seitz, and Seriès (2015), “Confidence-based integrated reweighting model of task-difficulty explains location-based specificity in perceptual learning”, Journal of Vision, in press
  • Gori, Seitz, Ronconi, Franceschini, and Facoetti (2015), “Multiple causal links between magnocellular-dorsal pathway deficit and developmental dyslexia”, Cerebral Cortex , in press
  • Bays, Visscher, Le Dantec and Seitz (2015). “Alpha-Band EEG Activity in Perceptual Learning”, Journal of Vision, Vol.15, 7, p. 1072-1097
  • Barakat, Seitz and Shams (2015). “Visual Rhythm Perception Improves Through Auditory, But Not Visual, Training”, Current Biology, Vol. 25, Issue 2, R60-R61
  • Gekas, Seitz, and Series (2015). “Expectations developed over multiple timescales facilitate visual search performance”, Journal of Vision, in press.
  • Kim, Seitz, Watanabe (2015). “Visual perceptual learning by operant conditioning training follows rules of contingency”, Visual Cognition, in press
  • Deveau, Jaeggi, Zordan, Phung, and Seitz (2015). “How to build better memory training games”, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2014.00243
  • Hoffing and Seitz (2015). “Pupillometry as a glimpse into the neurochemical basis of human memory encoding”, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 27, No. 4: 765-774


  • Hung and Seitz (2014). “Prolonged Training at Threshold Promotes Robust Retinotopic Specificity in Perceptual Learning”, Journal of Neuroscience, 34(25): 8423-8431
  • Leclercq, Hoffing, Seitz (2014). “Uncertainty in fast-task-irrelevant perceptual learning boosts learning of images in women but not men.”, Journal of Vision, 14(12):26, 1-12
  • Deveau and Seitz (2014). “Applying Perceptual Learning to achieve practical changes in vision.”, Frontiers in Psychology, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01166
  • Sotiropoulos, Seitz, Series (2014). “Contrast dependency and prior expectations in human speed perception”, Vision Research, Vol 97, 16-23
  • Deveau, Lovcik, and Seitz (2014). “Applications of Perceptual Learning to Ophthalmology”, Ophthalmology
  • Deveau, Lovcik, and Seitz (2014). “The therapeutic benefits of perceptual learning”, Current Trends in Neurology, Vol 7, 39-49.
  • Yarrow, Razak, Seitz, and Series (2014). “Detecting and Quantifying Topography in Neural Maps”, PLoS ONE, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087178
  • Deveau, Ozer and Seitz (2014). “Improved Vision and On Field Performance in Baseball through Perceptual Learning”, Current Biology, 24(4), R146-7
  • Leclercq, Le Dantec, and Seitz (2014). “Encoding of episodic information through fast Task-Irrelevant Perceptual Learning”, Vision Research, Jun;99:5-11.
  • Deveau, Lovcik, and Seitz (2014). “Broad-based visual benefits from training with an integrated perceptual-learning video game”, Vision Research, Jun;99:134-40.


  • Series and Seitz (2013). “Learning what to expect (in visual perception)”, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00668
  • Holloway, Nanez and Seitz (2013). “Word-decoding as a function of temporal processing in the visual system”, PLoS ONE, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0084010
  • Barakat, Seitz, and Shams (2013). “The effect of statistical learning on internal stimulus representations: Predictable items are enhanced even when not predicted”, Cognition, Volume 129, Issue 2, November 2013, Pages 205–21
  • Gekas, Chalk, Seitz, and Series (2013). “Complexity and specificity of experimentally induced expectations in motion perception”, Journal of Vision, 13(4):8, 1-18.
  • Hládek, Le Dantec, Kopčo, and Seitz (2013). “Ventriloquism effect and aftereffect in the distance dimension”, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 19, 050042:1-6.
  • Welch and Seitz (2013). “Processing Irrelevant Location Information: Practice and Transfer Effects in a Simon task”, PLoS ONE, Vol. 8(7), 1-7.
  • Jackson, Cook, Seitz (2013). “Context is quick, knowledge is slow: rapid time-course of contextual modulations in the horizontal-vertical illusion”, Perception and Motor Skills, in press.
  • Seitz (2013). “Cognitive Neuroscience: Targeting Neuroplasticity with Neural Decoding and Biofeedback”, Current Biology, 23(5), R210-R212


  • Le Dantec and Seitz (2012). “High Resolution, High Capacity, Spatial Specificity in Perceptual Learning”, Frontiers in Psychology, July 3(222), 1-7.
  • Leclercq and Seitz (2012). “Enhancement from targets and suppression from cues in fast task-irrelevant perceptual learning”, Acta Psychologica, Sept 141(1), 31-8.
  • Leclercq and Seitz (2012). “Fast-TIPL Occurs for Salient Images Without a Memorization Requirement in Men but not in Women”, PLoS ONE, Apr 7(4):e36228. Epub 2012.
  • Leclercq and Seitz (2012). “The impact of orienting attention in fast task-irrelevant perceptual learning”, Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, May;74(4):648-60.
  • Kaufman, Green, Seitz, and Burgess (2012). “Using a Self-Organizing Map (SOM) and the Hyperspace Analog to Language (HAL) model to identify patterns of syntax and structure in the songs of humpback whales”, International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 25, 237-275.
  • Le Dantec, Melton and Seitz (2012). “A triple dissociation between learning of target, distractors and spatial contexts”, Journal of Vision, Feb 3;12(2).
  • Vlahou, Protopapas, Seitz, (2012). “Implicit Training of Nonnative Speech Stimuli”, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, May;141(2):363-81.
  • Leclercq and Seitz (2012 ). “Fast task-irrelevant perceptual learning is disrupted by sudden onset of central task elements”, Vision Research, May 15;61:70-6. Epub 2011 Jul 24.


  • Sotiropoulos, Seitz, Series (2011). “Changing expectations about speed alters perceived motion directions”, Current Biology, Volume 21, Issue 21, R883-R884.
  • Seitz (2011). “Perceptual Learning; Stimulus Specific Learning From Low-level Visual Plasticity?”, Current Biology, Volume 21, Issue 19, R814-R815
  • Shams, Wozny, Kim, Seitz (2011). “Influences of multisensory experience on subsequent unisensory processing”, Frontiers in Perception Science, 2:264. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00264.
  • Yotsumoto, Seitz, Shimojo, Sakagami, Watanabe, Sasaki (2011). “Performance dip in motor response induced by task-irrelevant weaker coherent visual motion signals”, Cerebral Cortex, Aug, 22 (8), 1887-93.
  • Batson, Beer, Seitz, Watanabe (2011). “Spatial Shifts of Audio-visual Interactions by Perceptual Learning Are Specific to the Trained Orientation and Eyes”, Seeing and Perceiving, 24(6):579-94.
  • Hung and Seitz (2011). “Retrograde Interference in Perceptual Learning of a Peripheral Hyperacuity Task”, PLoS ONE 6(9): e24556. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024556
  • Seitz (2011). “Task-Irrelevant Perceptual Learning”, Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, in press.
  • Grady, Jolly, Seitz (2011). “Segmentation from a box”, International Conference on Computer Vision, 2011.
  • Sotiropoulos, Seitz, Series (2011). “Perceptual learning in visual hyperacuity: A reweighting model”, Vision Research, Volume 51, Issue 6 25 March 2011, Pages 585-599.


  • Dobres and Seitz (2010). “Perceptual Learning of Oriented Gratings as Revealed by Classification Images”, Journal of Vision, Vol. 10, No. 13, DOI: 10.1167/10.13.8 .
  • Chalk*, Seitz*, Series (2010). “Rapidly learned stimulus expectations alter perception of motion”, Journal of Vision, Vol. 10, No. 8, DOI: 10.1167/10.8.2.
  • Seitz (2010). “Sensory Learning: Rapid Extraction of Meaning from Noise”, Current Biology, Volume 20, Issue 15, R643-R644
  • Franko, Seitz, Vogels (2010). “Dissociable neural effects of long term stimulus-reward pairing in macaque visual cortex”, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, July 2010, Vol. 22, No. 7, Pages 1425-1439.
  • Seitz*, Protopapas*, Tsushima*, Vlahou, Gori, Grossberg, Watanabe (2010). “Unattended exposure to components of speech sounds yields same benefits as explicit auditory training”, Cognition, Vol. 115, No. 3, Pages 435-443.
  • Pilly, Grossberg, Seitz (2010). “Low-level sensory plasticity during task-irrelevant perceptual learning: Evidence from conventional and double training procedures”, Vision Research ,Vol. 50, No. 4, Pages 424-432.


  • Seitz and Watanabe (2009). “The Phenomenon of Task-Irrelevant Perceptual Learning”, Vision Research, Vol. 49, No. 21, Pages 2604-2610.
  • Choi, Seitz, Watanabe (2009). “When Attention Interrupts Learning: Inhibitory Effects of Attention on TIPL”, Vision Research, Vol. 49, No. 21, Pages 2586-2590.
  • Kim, Seitz, Feenstra, Shams (2009). “Testing Assumptions of Statistical Learning: Is it Long-term and Implicit?”, Neuroscience Letters, Vol. 461, No. 2, Pages 145-149
  • Pilly and Seitz (2009). “What a difference a parameter makes: a psychophysical comparison of random dot motion algorithms”, Vision Research, Vol. 49, No. 13, Pages 1599-1612.
  • Seitz*, Kim*, Watanabe (2009). “Rewards Evoke Learning of Unconsciously Processed Visual Stimuli in Adult Humans”, Neuron, March, 12; 61, 700-7


  • Seitz and Watanabe (2008). “Is Task-Irrelevant Learning really Task-Irrelevant?”, PLoS ONE, 3(11): e3792. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003792
  • Shams and Seitz (2008). “Benefits of multisensory learning”, Trends in Cognitive Science, Nov (Vol 12(11) 411-417
  • Seitz, Pilly, Pack (2008). “Interactions between contrast and spatial displacement in visual motion processing”, Current Biology, Oct 14;18(19):R904-6
  • Tsushima*, Seitz*, Watanabe (2008). “Task-irrelevant learning occurs only when the irrelevant feature is weak”, Current Biology, Jun (Vol 18 (12) R516-7)
  • Kim*, Seitz*, and Shams (2008). “Benefits of Stimulus Congruency for Multisensory Facilitation of Visual Learning”, PLoS ONE, 3(1): e1532. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001532


  • Nishina*, Seitz*, Kawato, Watanabe (2007). “Effect of spatial distance to the task stimulus on task-irrelevant perceptual learning of static Gabors”, Journal of Vision, 7(13):2, 1-10
  • Seitz, Kim, Van Wassenhove, and Shams (2007). “Simultaneous and Independent Acquisition of Multisensory and Unisensory Associations”, Perception, 36, 1445 – 1453
  • Seitz and Dinse (2007). “A common framework for perceptual learning”, Current Option in Neurobiology, April (17(2) 148-153).


  • Seitz, Nanez, Holloway, and Watanabe (2006). “Perceptual learning of motion leads to faster flicker perception”, PLoS ONE, 1(1): e28. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000028
  • Seitz, Nanez, Holloway, Tsushima, and Watanabe (2006). “Two cases requiring external reinforcement in perceptual learning”, Journal of Vision, 6(9), 966-973
  • Seitz*, Kim*, Shams (2006). “Sound Facilitates Visual Learning”, Current Biology, Jul (Vol 16 (14) 1422-1427)
  • Lee*, Seitz*, Assad (2006). “Activity of Tonically Active Neurons in the Monkey Putamen During Initiation and Withholding of Movement”, J.Neurophys, Jan 11; 95:2391-2403


  • Seitz and Watanabe (2005). “A unified model for perceptual learning”, Trends in Cognitive Science, Jul (Vol 9(7) 329-334).
  • Seitz*, Yamagishi*, Werner*, Goda, Kawato, Watanabe (2005). “Task specific disruption of perceptual learning”, PNAS, Oct 3; 10.1073/pnas.0505765102
  • Seitz, Lefebvre, Watanabe, Jolicoeur (2005). “The requirement of high-level processing in subliminal learning”, Current Biology, Sept 20;15(18):R753-5
  • Seitz, Nanez, Holloway, Koyama, Watanabe (2005). “Seeing what is not there shows the costs of perceptual learning”, PNAS, Jun 21;102(25):9080-5
  • Seitz, Nanez, Holloway, Watanabe (2005). “Visual experience can substantially alter critical flicker fusion thresholds”, Hum Psychopharm, Jan;20(1):55-60.


  • Grossberg and Seitz (2003). “Laminar Development of Receptive Fields, Maps, and Columns in Visual Cortex: The Coordinating Role of the Subplate.”, Cerebral Cortex, Aug (Vol (8): 852-863).
  • Seitz and Watanabe (2003). “Is subliminal learning really passive?”, Nature, (Vol 422(6927): 36).


  • Mazzoni, Loftus, Seitz, and Lynn, (1999). “Changing beliefs and memories through dream Interpretation.”, Applied Cognitive Psychology, Apr (Vol 13(2): 125-144).

* by authors’ names denotes equal contribution/co-first author