Matt Boring

  • PhD

Phone

(412) 648-0073

E-mail

mjb200@pitt.edu

Education & Training

B.S., University of Pittsburgh (2016)
PhD, University of Pittsburgh (2022)

Location

5906 Scaife Hall

Mentor

Avniel Ghuman

Graduation Year

2022

Research Interest Summary

The computational dynamics of visual object recognition in humans using intracranial electrophysiology and magnetoencephalography

Representative Publications

 

Representative Publications

Boring MJ, Ridgeway K, Shvartsman M, Jonker TR. (2020) Continuous decoding of cognitive load from
electroencephalography reveals task-general and task-specific correlates. Journal of Neural Engineering,
17, 056016.

Boring, M.J., Jessen, Z.F., Wozny, T.A., Ward, M.J., Whiteman, A.C., Richardson, R.M., Ghuman, A.S. (2019). Quantitatively validating the efficacy of artifact suppression techniques to study the cortical consequences of deep brain stimulation with magnetoencephalography. Neuroimage 199, 366–374.

 

Dissertation