B.Eng (Tsinghua); M.A (McGill); Clarendon Scholar
Neural and computational mechanisms underlying multisensory decision-making
Funding: Clarendon Scholarship
- My DPhil work aims to investigate the mechanisms of human multisensory processing and perceptual decision making within crossmodal contexts; I focus on addressing two primary research questions: A. What are the neural processes transforming multiple sensory inputs to a unified representation guiding behaviour? B. How does the brain control the dynamic weighting of multiple inputs and assigns these to either a single or multiple causes?
- focus on auditory-visual interaction;
- use a mixture of psychophysics, functional neuroimaging (MEG) and computational modelling.
The dominance of haptics over audition in controlling wrist velocity during striking movements.
Cao Y. et al, (2016), Exp Brain Res, 234, 1145 - 1158