Presenter: He Qing

Title: Enhancing the contrast sensitivity function through action video game training


Presenter:He Qing

TACS attenuate visual motion adaptation

2014/12/19 (Fri.)

Presenter: Xi Jie

Title: Sensory Gain Outperforms Efficient Readout Mechanisms in Predicting Attention-Related Improvements in Behavior


2014/12/12 (Fri.)

Presenter: Lin Borong

Title: Age-Related Declines of Stability in Visual Perceptual Learning


2014/12/05 (Fri.)

Presenter: Jia Wuli

Title: Stimulus Roving and Flankers Affect Perceptual Learning of Contrast Discrimination in Macaca mulatta


 2014/11/28 (Fri.)

Presenter:  Qing He

Title: White matter in the older brain is more plastic than in the younger brain


2014/11/15 (Sat.)

Presenter: Zhang Peiyuan

Title: Less Is More: Expectation Sharpens Representations in the Primary Visual Cortex 


2014/11/15 (Sat.)

Presenter: Zhang Peiyuan

Title: Less Is More: Expectation Sharpens Representations in the Primary Visual Cortex 


8/8/2014 (Fri.)

Presenter: Ge Chen

Title: Prolonged Training at Threshold Promotes Robust Retinotopic Specificity in Perceptual Learning


7/25/2014 (Fri.)

Presenter: Boronng Lin

Title: The role of temporal structure in Human vision
6/27/2014 (Fri.)

Presenter: Zhang Pan

Title: Early visual learning induces long-lasting connectivity changes during rest in the human brain


June 13th, 2014, Presenter: Xi Jie
Christopher M. Lewis, Antonello Baldassarre, Giorgia Committeri, Gian Luca Romani and Maurizio Corbetta.Learning sculpts the spontaneous activity of the resting human brain.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Oct 13;106(41):17558-63. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0902455106

June 6th, 2014, Presenter: He Qing
Antonio H Lara & Jonathan D Wallis. Executive control processes underlying multi-item working memory. Nature Neuroscience 17, 876–883 (2014) doi:10.1038/nn.3702

2014/5/30 (Fri.)

Presenter: Lin Borong

Title: Short temporal asynchrony disrupts visual object recognition.

May 23th, 2014, Presenter: Lin Bo Rong
Singer, Jedediah M., & Kreiman, Gabriel. (2014). Short temporal asynchrony disrupts visual object recognition. Journal of Vision, 14(5)
May 16th, 2014, Presenter:Chen Ge
Shibata, Kazuhisa, Kawato, Mitsuo, Watanabe, Takeo, et al. Monocular deprivation boosts long-term visual plasticity. Current Biology, 22(9), R291-R292. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2012.03.010

Apirl 24th, 2014; Presenter: Zhang Pei-Yuan
Choi, H., Chang, L. H., Shibata, K., Sasaki, Y., & Watanabe, T. (2012). Resetting capacity limitations revealed by long-lasting elimination of attentional blink through trainingProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(30), 12242-12247.
April 22th, 2014; Presenter: Yan Fang-Fang
Ditye, T., Kanai, R., Bahrami, B., Muggleton, N. G., Rees, G., & Walsh, V. (2013). Rapid changes in brain structure predict improvements induced by perceptual learningNeuroimage, 81, 205-212.
Apirl 11th, 2014;Presenter: Zhang Pan
Deveau, J., Ozer, D. J., & Seitz, A. R. (2014). Improved vision and on-field performance in baseball through perceptual learningCurrent Biology, 24(4), R146-R147.

Apirl 4th,2014;Presenter: Xi Jie
Bi, T., Chen, J., Zhou, T., He, Y., & Fang, F. (2014). Function and Structure of Human Left Fusiform Cortex Are Closely Associated with Perceptual Learning of Faces. Current Biology.

March 28th,2014; Presenter: Jia Wuli
Lunghi, Claudia, Morrone, Maria Concetta, & Alais, David. (2014). Auditory and Tactile Signals Combine to Influence Vision during Binocular RivalryThe Journal of Neuroscience, 34(3), 784-792
March 22th, 2014;Presenter: He Qing
Changing concepts of working memory 
Wei Ji Ma, Masud Husain & Paul M Bays Nature Neuroscience 17, 347–356 (2014) doi:10.1038/nn.3655
March 13th, 2014 Presenter: Chen Si-Yi
Chen talked about her researches on the mechanism and application of prospective memory over the past three years.

March 5th, 2014   Presenter: Zhang Pei Yuan 
Tal Harmelech, Rafael Malach, Neurocognitive biases and the patterns of spontaneous correlations in the human cortex, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Volume 17, Issue 12, December 2013, Pages 606-615, ISSN 1364-6613,
Keywords: a priori biases; spontaneous activity; resting state; human; cortex; BOLD-fMRI