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Steven Luke

Associate Professor, Psychology

1062 KMBL

The major focus of Dr. Luke’s research is reading, which is a complex activity that involves many different processes, most notably language and vision. He also studies other aspects of language, such as language development and word and sentence comprehension, as well as other visual tasks, such as scene perception and visual search. Many different groups participate in my studies, including children and adolescents, second language learners, and individuals from various clinical populations. His research primarily uses eye-tracking technology, although he also uses MRI and EEG to study how the brain understands and integrates visual and language information during reading and other tasks.