- Crossmodal Research Laboratory Research Group
B.Eng (Tsinghua); M.A (McGill); Clarendon Scholar (2015)
Spence Lab and Summerfield Lab
Neural and computational mechanisms underlying multisensory decision-making
Funding: Clarendon Scholarship
- started DPhil in October 2015;
- current work is concerned with the mechanisms of human multisensory processing and perceptual decision making within crossmodal contexts;
- focus on auditory-visual interaction;
- use a mixture of psychophysics, functional neuroimaging, and computational models.
REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS5
The dominance of haptics over audition in controlling wrist velocity during striking movements.
Cao Y. et al, (2016), Exp Brain Res, 234, 1145 - 1158