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Yinan Cao

B.Eng (Tsinghua); M.A (McGill); Clarendon Scholar (2015)


Summerfield Lab and Spence Lab

Neural and computational mechanisms underlying multisensory decision-making

Research Summary

I am jointly supervised by Prof. Charles Spence, Prof. Christoph Kayser (Bielefeld, Germany) and Prof. Chris Summerfield.

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.
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