Zili Liu

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Visual Psychophysics
"Zili Liu"
Mean distance: 12.81 (cluster 29)
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Andrew Silva grad student UCLA
Chela Willey grad student UCLA
Mac Y. Xing grad student 2015- UCLA
Hongjing Lu grad student 2001-2005 UCLA
Bas Rokers grad student 2001-2006 UCLA
Xiaoyang Yang grad student 2007-2012 UCLA
Peter Kalocsai post-doc 2003-2004 UCLA
Benjamin Simon Thompson post-doc 2004-2006 UCLA


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Ning Qian collaborator UCLA
Bosco S. Tjan collaborator UCLA
Tandra Ghose collaborator 2008- UCLA
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Yu A, Zhang R, Silva AE, et al. (2022) Motion opponency at the middle temporal cortex: preserved motion information and the effect of perceptual learning. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Willey CR, Liu Z. (2022) Re-assessing the role of culture on the visual orientation perception of the rod and frame test. Plos One. 17: e0276393
Deeb AR, Silva AE, Liu Z. (2022) Causality modulates perception of apparent motion stimuli. Vision Research. 201: 108120
Waz S, Liu Z. (2021) Evidence for strictly monocular processing in visual motion opponency and Glass pattern perception. Vision Research. 186: 103-111
Karjack S, Erlikhman G, Liu Z. (2021) Reduced direction discrimination sensitivity in visual motion adaptation, and the role of perceptual learning. Vision Research. 185: 111-122
Lee ALF, Liu Z, Lu H. (2020) Parts beget parts: Bootstrapping hierarchical object representations through visual statistical learning. Cognition. 104515
Silva AE, Thompson B, Liu Z. (2020) Motion opponency examined throughout visual cortex with multivariate pattern analysis of fMRI data. Human Brain Mapping
Erlikhman G, Singh G, Ghose T, et al. (2019) The effect of perceptual contour orientation uncertainty on the tilt aftereffect. Vision Research
Xing Y, Liu Z. (2018) A Preference for Minimal Deformation Constrains the Perceived Depth of a Stereokinetic Stimulus. Vision Research
Na R, Bi T, Tjan BS, et al. (2018) Effect of task difficulty on blood-oxygen-level-dependent signal: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study in a motion discrimination task. Plos One. 13: e0199440
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