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Miller lab publications

Selected highlight publications

1. Miller SM (2019). Occupational Pain Medicine: From paradigm shift in pain neuroscience to contextual model of care. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 13:188. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2019.00188

2. Law PCF, Gurvich CT, Ngo TT, Miller SM (2017). Evidence that eye-movement profiles do not explain slow binocular rivalry rate in bipolar disorder: Support for a perceptual endophenotype. Bipolar Disorders 19(6): 1–12.

3. Law PCF, Miller SM, Ngo TT (2017). The effect of stimulus strength on binocular rivalry rate in healthy individuals: Implications for studies of genetic, clinical, and individual differences. Physiology & Behavior 191: 127–136.

4. Miller SM (2016). Vestibular neuromodulation: Stimulating the neural crossroads of psychiatric illness. Bipolar Disorders, 18(6), 539–543.

5. Law PCF, Riddiford JA, Paton BK, Gurvich CT, Ngo TT, Miller SM (2015). No relationship between binocular rivalry rate and eye-movement profiles in healthy individuals: A Bayes factor analysis. Perception 44 (6): 643–661.

6. Miller SM (2014). Closing in on the constitution of consciousness. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 1293. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01293

7. Miller SM, Hansell NK, Ngo TT, Liu GB, Pettigrew JD, Martin NG, Wright MJ (2010). Genetic contribution to individual variation in binocular rivalry rate. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107 (6): 2664–2668.

8. Miller SM, Gynther BD, Heslop KR, Liu GB, Mitchell PB, Ngo TT, Pettigrew JD, Geffen LB (2003). Slow binocular rivalry in bipolar disorder. Psychological Medicine 33 (4): 683–692.

9. Miller SM, Liu GB, Ngo TT, Hooper G, Riek S, Carson RG, Pettigrew JD (2000). Interhemispheric switching mediates perceptual rivalry. Current Biology 10 (7): 383–392.

10. Pettigrew JD, Miller SM (1998). A ‘sticky’ interhemispheric switch in bipolar disorder? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (Biological Sciences), 265 (1411): 2141–2148.

Additional publications

A full list of Miller Lab publications can be viewed on ResearchGate.