Neuroscience, University of Notre Dame. Postdoctoral Scholar Advisors: Dr. Bradley S. Gibson, Dr. Nathan Rose

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1 PEDRO SZTYBEL, PhD Dept. of Psychology-University of Notre Dame Haggar Hall, Room 204 Notre Dame, IN Phone: (415) EDUCATION & TRAINING 2017-Present Psychology & Neuroscience, University of Notre Dame Postdoctoral Scholar Advisors: Dr. Bradley S. Gibson, Dr. Nathan Rose Psychology, University of Notre Dame Ph.D. Dissertation: Functional Consequences of Compositional Spatial Representations Elicited during Conceptual Control of Visual Spatial Attention. Advisor: Dr. Bradley S. Gibson Psychology, San Francisco State University Bachelor of Arts (Honors) RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2017-Present 2012-Present Neuroscience, University of Notre Dame Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Aging Lab Director: Dr. Nathan Rose Psychology, University of Notre Dame Attention and Attention Disorders Lab Director: Dr. Bradley S. Gibson 2011 Neuroscience, University of California Los Angeles Brain Mapping Lab Director: Dr. Mark S. Cohen Neuroscience, University of California San Francisco Gazzaley Lab Director: Dr. Adam Gazzaley

2 AWARDS & HONORS 2014 Honorable Mention in National Science Foundation s Graduate Research Fellowship Program Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award, University of Notre Dame Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Summer Research Fellowship, University of California Los Angeles National Institute of Mental Health Career Opportunities in Research Scholarship, San Francisco State University Bachelor of Arts awarded Summa Cum Laude, San Francisco State University. PUBLICATIONS 1. Sztybel, P., & Gibson, B.S. (2017). Functional Consequences of Compositional Spatial Representations Elicited during Conceptual Control of Visual Spatial Attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 2. Ralph, K. J., Gibson, B. S., Gondoli, D. M., Sztybel, P., Pauszek, J. R., Miller, R. W., & Litzow, E. (2017). Targeting the three stages of retrieval from secondary memory in a double-blinded, placebo-controlled, randomized working memory training study. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, Pauszek, J. R., Sztybel, P., & Gibson, B.S. (2017). Evaluating Amazon s Mechanical Turk for Psychological Research on the Symbolic Control of Attention. Behavior Research Methods. 4. Gibson, B.S., Gondoli, D.M., Ralph, K.J., & Sztybel, P. (2016). Application of the dualcomponent model of working memory to ADHD: Greater secondary memory deficit despite confounded cognitive differences. Child Neuropsychology. 5. Gibson, B.S., & Sztybel, P. (2015). What laboratory studies of symbolic spatial cues reveal about the control of attention in the outside world. In J. Fawcett, E.F. Risko, & A Kingstone (Eds.), The Handbook of Attention. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA. 6. Gibson, B.S., & Sztybel, P. (2014). The spatial semantics of symbolic attention control. Current Directions in Psychological Science.

3 7. Gibson, B.S., & Sztybel, P. (2013). Guiding attention to specific locations by combining symbolic information about direction and distance: Are human observers direction experts? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 1. Sztybel, P., & Gibson, B.S. (2016, November). Functional Consequences of Compositional Spatial Representations Elicited during Conceptual Control of Visual Spatial Attention. Poster presented at the 57 th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA. 2. Sztybel, P. (2015, November). Automatic Shifts of Spatial attention to Symbolic Cues that Convey Information about Direction and Distance. Poster presentation at the 24 th Annual Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) Workshop, Chicago, IL. 3. Gibson, B.S., & Sztybel, P. (2015, November). Putting Space Back in the Spatial Cueing Paradigm. Poster presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL. 4. Gibson, B.S., Sztybel, P., Ralph, K.J. (2015, May). Working Memory and the Symptom and Impairment Dimensions of ADHD: Why Secondary Memory Contributes More to Group Differences than Primary Memory. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science 27 th Annual Conference, NYC. 5. Gibson, B.S., & Sztybel, P. (2013, November). Direction is superior to distance in the symbolic control of spatial attention. Poster presented at the 54 th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, ON. 6. Sztybel, P., Lenartowicz, A., Cohen, M. S. (2011, August). Integrated EEG-fMRI of neural activation of attention for multimodal sensory inputs. Poster presented at the AGEP Summer Research Conference (UCLA). 7. Sztybel, P., Anguera, J., Boccanfuso, J., Gazzaley, A. (2011, May). Fine Motor Skills and Group Differences in Aging. Poster presented at the Stanford Undergraduate Psychology Conference.

4 TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2017-Fall 2014-Fall Instructor of Record Experimental Psy II: Research Methods Teaching Assistant Prepared and ran two weekly Lab sessions expanding on lectures and providing instruction on how to use different statistical software. Graded exams, quizzes and homework. Counseled students during office hours Spring Teaching Assistant Prepared and ran two weekly Lab sessions expanding on lectures and providing instruction on how to use different statistical software. Graded exams, quizzes and homework. Counseled students during office hours Fall Teaching Assistant Graded exams, quizzes and homework. Counseled students during office hours Lab Manager Trained and supervised 26 undergraduate students as research assistants running participants and processing data in behavioral studies. Instructed RAs on theoretical and practical aspects of the studies which they were involved in Teaching Assistant Physiological Psychology Graded exams, quizzes and homework. Counseled students during office hours. SERVICE & LEADERSHIP Graduate Student Representative to the Faculty [Elected Position] Graduate Student Representative to the Faculty [Elected Position]

5 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Vision Sciences Society Psychonomic Society Association for Psychological Science Cognitive Neuroscience Society ADD HOC REVIEWER Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance Attention, Perception and Psychophysics Consciousness and Cognition SKILLS Foreign Language: Software: Testing: Fluent in Spanish (University level writing skills, and professional translations). Also proficient in Italian and French. Matlab, SPSS, DMDX, FSL, Superlab, AcqKnowledge, Bio Pac Student Lab Pro, SSH, Microsoft Office. Proficient in administering Neuropsychological Battery Assessments. Experience conducting electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings and analysis, and some Experience with fmri scanning and analysis and administering transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).