BRAIN BEHAVIOUR

How does the brain translate ambiguous sensory information into coherent percepts?  Our current research projects seek to unravel the intricacies of the human visual system through a combination of behavioural, neuroimaging (fMRI), brain stimulation (TMS), and eye-movement recording approaches.

Research Interests

Visual perception
Stereo; motion and biological motion;  colour; spatial vision

Perceptual learning and plasticity
Learning specificity and transfer; cross-modal learning

​Vision in atypical populations
Motion perception and visual learning in Autism, cortical blindness

Research Methods

Psychophysics
​Neuroimaging (fMRI, MEG)
Brain Stimulation (TMS)
Eye-movement recordings

Latest Happenings

December 7, 2019

Check out the link to the relevant paper in our Publications page [Chang et al., 2018 NeuroImage]....

October 2, 2019

Our stereo-object work has gone in press at the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.  Here, we show th...

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The University of Hong Kong

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