* on bi-stable perception, binocular rivalry, and processing of interocularly suppressed stimuli :

Vizueta N, Patrick CJ, Jiang Y, Thomas KM, He S.(2012). Dispositional fear, negative affectivity, and neuroimaging response to visually suppressed emotional faces. Neuroimage. 59(1):761-71.

Zhang P, Jamison K, Engel S, He B, He S. (2011).Binocular rivalry requires visual attention. Neuron. 71(2):362-9.

Shannon RW, Patrick CJ, Jiang Y, Bernat E, He S.(2011). Genes contribute to the switching dynamics of bistable perception. Journal of Vision. 11(3). pii: 8. doi: 10.1167/11.3.8.

Zhou W, Jiang Y, He S, Chen D. (2010). Olfaction modulates visual perception in binocular rivalry. Current Biology. 20(15):1356-8.

Lin Z, He S. (2009) Seeing the invisible: the scope and limits of unconscious processing in binocular rivalry. Prog Neurobiol. 87(4):195-211.

Costello P, Jiang Y, Baartman B, McGlennen K, He S. (2009) Semantic and subword priming during binocular suppression. Conscious Cogn. 18(2):375-82.

Jiang Y, Shannon RW, Vizueta N, Bernat EM, Patrick CJ, He S. (2009). Dynamics of processing invisible faces in the brain: Automatic neural encoding of facial expression information. NeuroImage, 44(3):1171-7.

Jiang, Y, Costello, P. & He, S. (2007) Processing of invisible stimuli: faster for Upright Faces and Recognizable words to overcome interocular suppression. Psychological Science. 18 (4),

Jiang, Y, Costello, P. Fang, F. Huang, M. & He, S. (2006) Gender and sexual orientation dependent attentional effect of invisible images. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.0605678103.

Jiang, Y. & He, S. (2006) Cortical Responses to Invisible Faces: Dissociating Subsystems for Facial-Information Processing. Current Biology. 16(20), 2023-9.

Fang, F. & He, S. (2005) Cortical responses to invisible objects in the human dorsal and ventral pathways. Nature Neuroscience, 10, 1380-1385.

Carlson, T, & He, S. (2004) Competing global representations fail to initiate binocular rivalry. Neuron, 43, 907-14.

Chen, X. & He, S. (2004) Local factors determine the stabilization of monocular ambiguous and binocular rivalry stimuli. Current Biology, 14, 1013-7.

Fang, F. & He, S. (2004) Stabilized structure from motion without disparity induces disparity adaptation. Current Biology, 14, 247-251.

Chen, X. & He, S. (2003) Temporal characteristics of binocular rivalry: visual field asymmetries. Vision Research, 43, 2207-2212.

He, S. & Davis, W. (2001) Filling-in at the natural blind-spot contributes to binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 41 (7), 835-840.

Carlson, T. & He, S. (2000) Visible binocular beats from invisible monocular stimuli during binocular rivalry. Current Biology, 10,1055-1058.

 

 * on visual attention and crowding effect:

Yeh S, He S, Cavanagh P. (in press). Semantic Primingfrom Crowded words. Psychological Science, In press.

Zhang P, Jiang Y, He S. (in press). Voluntaryattention modulates processing of eye-specific visual information. Psychological ScienceIn press.

Yan X, Jiang Y, Wang J, Deng Y, He S, Weng X. (2009). Preconscious attentional bias in cigarette smokers: a probe into awareness modulation on attentional bias. Addict Biol. 14(4):478-88.

Liu T, Jiang Y, Sun X & He S (2009). Reduction of the crowding effect in spatially adjacent but cortically remote visual stimuli. Current Biology, In Press.

Fang, F., & He, S. (2008). Crowding alters the spatial distribution of attention modulation in human primary visual cortex. Journal of Vision, 8(9):6, 1-9.

Feng C, Jiang Y & He S (2007). Horizontal and vertical asymmetry in visual spatial crowding effects. Journal of Vision. 7 (2):13, 1-10.

Murray, SO & He, S. (2006) Contrast invariance in the human lateral occipital complex depends on attention. Current Biology. 16, 606-611.

He, S., Cavanagh, P., and Intriligator, J. (1997) Attentional resolution. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 1, 115-121.

He, S., Cavanagh, P., and Intriligator, J. (1996) Attentional resolution and the locus of visual awareness. Nature, 383 334-337.

 

 * on pattern/object perception and adaptation/aftereffects:

Wu X, He S, Bushara K, Zeng F, Liu Y, Zhang D.(2011). Dissociable neural correlates of contour completion and contour representation in illusory contour perception. Human Brain Mapping. doi: 10.1002/hbm.21371.

Cheung, S., Fang, F., He, S., & Legge, G (2009). Retinotopically specific reorganization of visual cortex for tactile pattern recognition. Current Biology, 19(7):596-601.

Kwon, M., Legge, G.E., Fang, F., Cheong, A.M.Y., & He. S. (2009). Adaptive Changes in Visual Cortex Following Prolonged Contrast Reduction. Journal of Vision. 9(2):20, 1-16.

Fang F, Ijichi, K. & He S. (2007). Transfer of the face viewpoint aftereffect from adaptation to different and inverted faces. Journal of Vision. 7(13):6, 1-9.

Fang, F. Murray SO, & He, S. (2006) Duration-dependent fMRI adaptation and distributed viewer-centered face representation in human visual cortex. Cereb Cortex. Epub Aug 11, 2006.

Fang, F. Murray SO, Kersten DJ, & He, S. (2005) Orientation-tuned fMRI adaptation in human visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 94, 4188-95.

Fang, F. & He, S. (2005) Viewer-centered object representation in the human visual system revealed by viewpoint aftereffects. Neuron,45 , 793-800.

He, S. & MacLeod, D. (2001) Orientation-Selective Adaptation and Tilt Aftereffect from invisible patterns, Nature, vol. 411, 473-476.

 

 * on motion and motion aftereffect:

Shi J, Weng X, He S, Jiang Y. (2010).Biological motion cues trigger reflexive attentional orienting. Cognition. 117(3):348-54.

Wang L, Zhang K, He S, Jiang Y.(2010). Searching for life motion signals: Visual search asymmetry in local but not global biological motion processing. Psychological Science, 21(8):1083-9.

Carlson, T. A., Schrater, P., & He, S. (2006 ). Floating square illusion: Perceptual uncoupling of static and dynamic objects in motion. Journal of Vision, 6 (2 ), 132-144 , http://journalofvision.org/6 /2 /4/

Fang, F. & He, S. (2004) Strong influence of test patterns on the perception of motion aftereffect and position. Journal of Vision 4, 637-642.

Culham, J., He, S., Dukelow, S., & Verstraten, F. (2001) Visual Motion and the Human Brain: What has Neuroimaging Told Us? Acta Psychologica, 107, 69-94.

Brown, R. and He, S. (2000) Visual motion of missing-fundamental patterns: motion energy versus feature correspondence. Vision Research, 40 (16), 2135 - 2147.

He, S., Cohen, E.R., & Hu, X. (1998) Close correlation between activity in brain area MT/V5 and the perception of a visual motion Aftereffect. Current Biology, 8 (2226), 1215-1218.

Palmer, T., Tzeng, O. J. L., and He, S. (1995) Local-level and global-level form characteristics in apparent-motion correspondence. Perception, 24, 1233-1245.

 

 * on functional brain imaging methodology:

Olman C, Harel N, Feinbergc D, He S, Zhang P, UgurbilK, Yacou E. (in press). Differential layer-specific fMRI provides evidence of neuronal computations in human V1. PLoS One. In press.

Luo B, Shan C, Zhu R, Weng X, He S. (2011).Functional foveal splitting: evidence from neuropsychological and multimodal MRI investigations in a Chinese patient with a splenium lesion. PLoS One. 6(8):e23997.

Zhuang J., Peltier S., He S., LaConte S., & Hu X. (2008). Mapping the connectivity with structural equation modeling in an fMRI study of shape-from-motion task. NeuroImage. 42(2):799-806.

Kim M, Ducros M, Carlson T, Ronen I, He S, Ugurbil K, Kim DS. (2006) Anatomical correlates of the functional organization in the human occipitotemporal cortex. Magn Reson Imaging. 24(5):583-90.

Carlson, T, Schrater, P. & He, S (2003) Patterns of activity in the categorical representations of objects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 15. 704-717.

 

 * on sensitivity control and visual resolution:

Liu T, Cheung SH, Schuchard RA,Glielmi CB, Hu X, He S, Legge GE. (2010). Incomplete cortical reorganization in macular degeneration. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 51(12):6826-34.

Zhang P, Bao M, Kwon M, He S, Engel SA. (2009). Effects of orientation-specific visual deprivation induced with altered reality. Current Biology, 19(22):1956-60.

Jiang, Y, Zhou, K. & He, S. (2007) Human visual cortex responds to invisible chromatic flicker. Nature Neuroscience. 10 (5), 657-62.

He, S., MacLeod, D. I. A. (2000) Spatial and temporal properties of light adaptation in the rod system. Vision Research, 40 (22), 3073 - 3081.

He, S., MacLeod, D. I. A. (1998) Local nonlinearity in S-cones and their estimated light-collecting apertures. Vision Research, 38, (7), 1001-1006.

He, S. and MacLeod, D. I. A. (1998) Contrast-modulation flicker: dynamics and spatial resolution of the light adaptation process. Vision Research, 38, (7), 985-1000.

He, S and MacLeod, D. I. A. (1996) Local luminance nonlinearity and receptor aliasing in the detection of high frequency gratings. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A. 13, 1139-1151.

Smallman, H., MacLeod, D.I.A., He, S., and Kentridge, R. (1996) Fine grain of the neural representation of human spatial vision. Journal of Neuroscience. 16, 1852-1859.

MacLeod, D. I. A. and He, S. (1993) Visible Flicker from Invisible Patterns. Nature, 361, 256-258.

 

 * on high-level cogntion

Hu N, He S, Xu B. (2012). Different efficiencies ofattentional orienting in different wandering minds. Consciousness and Cognition. In press, Epub ahead of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.concog.2011.12.007

Lin S, Chen H, Zhao J, Li S, He S, Weng X (2011)Left-lateralized N170 response to unpronounceable pseudo but not false Chinese characters - the key role of orthography. Neuroscience. 190: 200-6.

Ma L, Jiang Y, Bai J, Gong Q, Liu H, Chen HC, He S, Weng X. (2011). Robust and task-independent spatial profile of the visual word form activation in fusiform cortex. PLoS One. 6(10):e26310.

Bai J, Shi J, Jiang Y, He S, Weng X. (2011). Chinese and Korean characters engage the same visual word form area in proficient early Chinese-Korean bilinguals. PLoS One. 6(7):e22765.

Zhang X, Chen X, Yu Y, Sun D, He S, Hu X, Zhang D (2009). Masked Smoking-related Images Modulate Brain Activity in Smokers.  Human Brain Mapping, 30: 896-907.

Xuan B, Chen XC, He S, Zhang DR. (2009) Numerical magnitude modulates temporal comparison: an ERP study. Brain Res. 1269:135-42.

Xuan, B., Zhang, D., He, S., & Chen, X. (2007). Larger stimuli are judged to last longer. Journal of Vision, 7(10):2, 1-5,

Zhang P, Chen X, Yuan P, Zhang D, He S. (2006) The effect of visuospatial attentional load on the processing of irrelevant acoustic distractors. Neuroimage. Epub Sep 4

Zhu DF, Wang ZX, Zhang DR, Pan ZL, He S, Hu XP, Chen XC, Zhou JN. (2006) fMRI revealed neural substrate for reversible working memory dysfunction in subclinical hypothyroidism. Brain. Epub Aug 18.

Li Z, Bao M, Chen X, Zhang D, Han S, He S, Hu X. (2006) Attention shift in human verbal working memory: priming contribution and dynamic brain activation. Brain Res. 1078(1):131-42.

Sun X, Zhang X, Chen X, Zhang P, Bao M, Zhang D, Chen J, He S, Hu X. (2005) Age-dependent brain activation during forward and backward digit recall revealed by fMRI. Neuroimage. 26(1):36-47.

Zhang D, Zhang X, Sun X, Li Z, Wang Z, He S, Hu X. (2004). Cross-modal temporal order memory for auditory digits and visual locations: An fMRI study. Hum Brain Mapp. 22(4):280-9.

Li Z, Sun X, Wang Z, Zhang X, Zhang D, He S, Hu X (2004). Behavioral and functional MRI study of attention shift in human verbal working memory. NeuroImage. 21(1) , 181-191.

Zhang, D., Li, Z., Chen, X., Wang, Z., Zhang, X., Meng, X., He, S., & Hu, X. (2003) Functional comparison of primacy, middle and recency retrieval in human auditory short-term memory: An event-related fMRI study. Cognitive Brain Research, 16. 91-98.

Atherton, M., Zhuang, J., Bart, W., Hu, X., & He, S. (2003). A functional MRI study of high-level cognition I: The game of chess. Cognitive Brain Research, 16. 26-31.

Chen, X., Zhang, D., Zhang, X., Li, Z., Meng, X., He, S., & Hu, X. (2003). A functional MRI study of high-level cognition II: The game of GO. Cognitive Brain Research, 16. 32-37.  

(collaborative work with Prof. Daren Zhang's team @ USTC and Prof. Xiaoping Hu @ emory):

 


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