Publications:
Department for Sensory & Sensorimotor Systems

Journal Article (4)

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Journal Article
May, K.; Zhaoping, L.: Li and Atick’s theory of efficient binocular coding: A tutorial and mini-review. Vision Research 201, 107950 (2022)
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Journal Article
Scaramella, N.; Mausbach, J.; Laurila, A.; Stednitz, S.; Räsänen, K.: Short-term responses of Rana arvalis tadpoles to pH and predator stress: adaptive divergence in behavioural and physiological plasticity? Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 192 (5), pp. 669 - 682 (2022)
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Journal Article
Zhaoping, L.; Liu, Y.: The central-peripheral dichotomy and metacontrast masking. Perception (accepted)
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Journal Article
Liang, J.; Zhou , C.: Criticality enhances the multilevel reliability of stimulus responses in cortical neural networks. PLoS Computational Biology 18 (1) (2022)

Meeting Abstract (4)

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Meeting Abstract
Zhaoping, L.: Peripheral vision in the central-peripheral dichotomy. In 45th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society (JNSS 2022), 3S10m-04, pp. 406 - 407. 45th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society (JNSS 2022), Okinawa, Japan, June 30, 2022 - July 03, 2022. (2022)
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Meeting Abstract
Zhaoping, L.: Efficient coding as the provenance of matched and opposite neuronal feature preferences for multisensory and multi-modal inputs. In 20th International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF 2022), p. 61. 20th International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF 2022), Ulm, Germany , July 04, 2022 - July 07, 2022. (2022)
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Meeting Abstract
Watamaniuk, S.; Badler, J.; Heinen, S.: A small foveated target is not the optimal fixation stimulus. In Twenty-Second Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS 2022), 7, p. 89. Twenty-Second Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS 2022) , St. Pete Beach, FL, USA, May 13, 2022 - May 18, 2022. (2022)
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Meeting Abstract
Zhaoping, L.: Central-Peripheral Dichotomy (CPD) in feedforward and feedback processes explored by depth perception in random-dot stereograms (RDSs). In Journal of Vision, 22 (3), p. 28. Optica Fall Vision Meeting 2021, Seattle, WA, USA, September 30, 2021 - October 03, 2021. Scholar One, Inc., Charlottesville, VA (2022)

Talk (1)

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Talk
Zhaoping, L.: Re-vision: inspirations from the early attentional selection by the primary visual cortex. TNC Neurocolloquium & The Brain Prize Webinar Series 2022/23: Circuits of Movement (2022)

Poster (4)

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Poster
Zou, J.; Liang, J.; Zhaoping, L.: Saliency by barely visible uniqueness in eye of origin of visual inputs: its assessment by the V1 Saliency Hypothesis and its interaction with saliency by color and/or orientation. Bernstein Conference 2022, Berlin, Germany (2022)
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Poster
Zou, J.; Liang, J.; Zhaoping, L.: Perceptually non-distinctive uniqueness in eye of origin of visual inputs boosts saliency by unique color and/or orientation: implications for mechanisms in the primary visual cortex. 44th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 2022), Nijmegen, The netherlands (2022)
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Poster
Liang, J.; Maher, S.; Zhaoping, L.: Eye tracking evidence for V1 Saliency Hypothesis from an anomalous visual search behavior. Twenty-Second Virtual Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (V-VSS 2022), St. Pete Beach, FL, USA (2022)
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Poster
Liu, C.; Liu, C.; Zhaoping, L.; Zhang, P.: 7 T CBV fMRI reveal cortical microcircuits of bottom-up saliency in the human brain. Joint Annual Meeting ISMRM-ESMRMB & ISMRT 31st Annual Meeting (ISMRM 2022), London,UK (2022)
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