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Published Research

NOTE: For papers published in open access journals, links are provided below. If a journal supports self-archiving, links are provided to pre-prints of the papers.


Graff, T. C., Fitzgerald, J. R., Luke, S. G., & Birmingham, W. C. (2021). Spousal emotional support and relationship quality buffers pupillary response to horror movies. PloS one, 16(9), e0256823.


Carter, B. T., & Luke, S. G. (2020). Best practices in eye tracking research. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 155, 49-62.


Carter, B. T., Foster, B., Muncy, N. M., & Luke, S. G. (2019). Linguistic networks associated with lexical, semantic and syntactic predictability in reading: A fixation-related fMRI study. NeuroImage, 189, 224-240.

Graff, T.C, Luke, S.G. & Birmingham, W.C. (2019). Supportive Hand-holding Attenuates Pupillary Responses to Stress in Adult Couples.​ PLOS ONE, 14(2): e0212703.

Russell, N. C. C., Luke, S. G., Lundwall, R. A., & South, M. (2019). Not So Fast: Autistic traits and Anxious Apprehension in Real-World Visual Search Scenarios. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 49(5), 1795-1806.

Stephenson, K. G., Luke, S. G., & South, M. (2019). Separate contributions of autistic traits and anxious apprehension, but not alexithymia, to emotion processing in faces. Autism, 23(7), 1830-1842.

Top, D. N., Jr, Luke, S. G., Stephenson, K. G., & South, M. (2019). Psychophysiological Arousal and Auditory Sensitivity in a Cross-Clinical Sample of Autistic and Non-autistic Anxious Adults. ​Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9, 783. doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00783


Carter, B.T. & Luke, S.G. (2018). Individuals' eye movements in reading are highly consistent across time and trial. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 44(3), 482-492.

Henderson, J.M., Choi, W., Luke, S.G. & Schmidt, J. (2018). Neural correlates of individual differences in fixation duration during natural reading. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71, 314-323.

Luke, S.G. (2018). Influences on and Consequences of Parafoveal Preview in Reading. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 80(7), 1675-1682.

Luke, S.G. & Asplund, A. (2018). Prereaders' eye movements during shared storybook reading are language-mediated but not predictive. Visual Cognition, 26, 351-365. See video of pre-readers eye movements as they listen to a storybook.

Luke, S.G. & Christianson, K. (2018). The Provo Corpus: A Large Eye-Tracking Corpus with Predictability Ratings. Behavior Research Methods, 50, 826-833. ​The corpus itself can be found here:

Luke, S.G., Darowski, E. & Gale, S. (2018). Predicting eye movement characteristics across multiple tasks from working memory and executive control. Memory & Cognition, 46, 826-839.


Christianson, K., Luke, S.G., Hussey, E.K., & Wochna, K. (2017). Why reread? Evidence from garden-path and local coherence structures. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70, 1380-1405.

Luke, S.G. (2017). Evaluating significance in linear mixed-effects models in R. Behavior Research Methods, 49, 1494-1502.​


Luke, S.G. & Christianson, K. (2016). Limits on Lexical Prediction during Reading.​ Cognitive Psychology, 88, 22-60.

Luke, S. G., & Henderson, J. M. (2016). The Influence of Content Meaningfulness on Eye Movements across Tasks: Evidence from Scene Viewing and Reading.​ Frontiers in psychology, 7.


Henderson, J.M., Choi, W., Luke, S.G., & Desai, R. (2015). Neural correlates of fixation duration in natural reading: Evidence from fixation-related fMRI. NeuroImage, 119, 390-397.

Luke, S.G. & Christianson, K. (2015). Predicting inflectional morphology from context. Language, Cognition & Neuroscience, 30, 735-748.

Luke, S.G., Henderson, J.M. & Ferreira, F. (2015). Children's eye-movements during reading reflect the quality of lexical representations: An individual differences approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 41, 1675-1683.


Henderson, J.M., Choi, W., & Luke, S.G. (2014). Morphology of Primary Visual Cortex Predicts Individual Differences in Fixation Duration during Text Reading. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26, 2880-2888.

Henderson, J.M. & Luke, S.G. (2014). Stable individual differences in saccadic eye movements during reading, pseudo-reading, scene viewing, and scene search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40, 1390-1400.

Henderson, J.M, Olejarszyk, J., Luke, S.G., & Schmidt, J. (2014). Eye movement control during scene viewing: Immediate degradation and enhancement effects of spatial frequency filtering. Visual Cognition, 22, 486-502.

Luke, S. G., Smith, T. J., Schmidt, J., & Henderson, J. M. (2014). Dissociating temporal inhibition of return and saccadic momentum across multiple eye-movement tasks.​ Journal of Vision, 14(14), 9.

Olejarczyk, J.H., Luke, S.G. & Henderson, J.M. (2014). Incidental memory for parts of scenes from eye movements. Visual Cognition, 22, 975-995.

Stoops, A., Luke, S.G., Christianson, K. (2014). Animacy information outweighs morphological cues in Russian. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 29, 584-604.


Henderson, J.M., Luke, S.G., Schmidt, J., & Richards, J.E. (2013). Co-registration of Eye Movements and Event-Related Potentials in Connected-Text Paragraph Reading. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7:28. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2013.00028

Henderson, J.M., Nuthmann, A. & Luke, S.G. (2013). Eye movement control during scene viewing: Immediate effects of scene luminance on fixation durations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39, 318-22.

Henderson, J.M., Shinkareva, S.V., Wang, J., Luke, S.G., & Olejarczyk, J. (2013). Predicting Cognitive State from Eye Movements.​ PLoS ONE 8(5): e64937.

Luke, S.G. & Christianson, K. (2013). SPaM: A combined self-paced reading and masked-priming paradigm. Behavior Research Methods, 45, 143-150.

Luke, S.G. & Christianson, K. (2013). The influence of frequency across the time-course of morphological processing. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 25, 781-799.

Luke, S.G. & Henderson, J.M. (2013). Oculomotor and cognitive control of eye movements during reading: Evidence from mindless reading. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 75, 1230-1245.

Luke, S.G., Nuthmann, A. & Henderson, J.M. (2013). Eye movement control in scene viewing and in reading: Evidence from a stimulus onset delay paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39(1), 10-15.

Luke, S. G., Schmidt, J., & Henderson, J. M. (2013). Temporal oculomotor inhibition of return and spatial facilitation of return in a visual encoding task. Frontiers in Psychology, 4.

Stites, M., Luke, S.G., & Christianson, K. (2013). The Psychologist said quickly, "Dialogue descriptions modulate reading speed!" Memory and Cognition, 41(1), 137-151.​


Christianson, K., Mestre, J., & Luke, S. G. (2012). Practice Makes (Nearly) Perfect: Solving 'Students-and-Professors'-Type Algebra Word Problems. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26, 810-822.

Henderson, J. M., & Luke, S.G. (2012). Oculomotor inhibition of return in normal and mindless reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 1101-1107.

Luke, S.G., & Christianson, K. (2012). Semantic predictability eliminates the transposed-letter effect. Memory & Cognition, 40(4), 628–641.


Christianson, K. & Luke, S. G. (2011). Context strengthens initial misinterpretations of text. Scientific Studies of Reading, 15, 136-166.

Luke, S. G. & Christianson, K. (2011). Stem and whole-word frequency effects in the processing of inflected verbs in and out of a sentence context. Language and Cognitive Processes, 26, 1173-1192.


Christianson, K., Luke, S. G., & Ferreira, F. (2010). Effects of plausibility on structural priming. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 36, 538-544.