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December 7, 2019

Check out the link to the relevant paper in our Publications page [Chang et al., 2018 NeuroImage].  The kids went to eat.  Found no food.  But hey, there was this photo booth...

October 2, 2019

Our stereo-object work has gone in press at the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.  Here, we show that both behavioural sensitivity to stereoscopic depth, and fMRI responses during depth judgments are modulated by object plausibility.  Check link to preprint in the pub...

July 30, 2019

Kenneth's work on the association between Autistic traits and various aspects of biological motion perception is out!

July 30, 2019

Sorry we do such a bad job of keeping our news up-to-date!  Summer time is unfortunately when we wave goodbye to our many undergraduate (and MSoc) thesis students, as well as some of our research interns.  Summer time is also fortunately the time we get to welcome a co...

July 30, 2019

Oops.  Did we never make a post about this?  We were there in St Petes FL this May!

Wong, N. H. L., & Chang, D. H. F. (2019).  Neural correlates of contextually modulated depth perception.  Poster presented at the Vision Sciences Society Meeting, St. Petes, FL....

December 28, 2018

It's been a while since we've given an update!  The second half of our year has been busy as usual!

  • In June, we published another paper in Vision, showing context effects (this time defining context in terms of face-race) in lightness perception are surprisingly not...

May 30, 2018

We just returned from VSS18 in St Petes, Florida!  Nicole and Idy presented their behavioural/fMRI data in 3D perception.  YY presented her work in lightness perception.  Some photos below! (yes, including one of a burger ...)

April 5, 2018

A couple of papers have just came out from our group.  Congratulations!

We're not doing much visual-attention work nowadays, but in Nicole's SR paper, we checked if the popular visuo-attentional benefits in video game experts are in fact due to something else entirely -...

December 17, 2017

Our group just returned from a two-week visit to CiNET, in Osaka.  Nicole and Idy were busy collecting fMRI data for their 3D projects!

November 4, 2017

We participated in our first open day --opening our doors to prospective students and the public on November 4!

(no, we do not know what Nicole is petting...)

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