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Li Zhaoping

Affiliations: 
University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
vision, olfaction, motor, etc.
Website:
http://www.gatsby.ucl.ac.uk/~zhaoping
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"Li Zhaoping"
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was "Zhaoping Li" before 2002

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Zhaoping L. (2022) Central-Peripheral Dichotomy (CPD) in feedforward and feedback processes explored by depth perception in random-dot stereograms (RDSs). Journal of Vision. 22: 28
Zhaoping L. (2021) Contrast-reversed binocular dot-pairs in random-dot stereograms for depth perception in central visual field: Probing the dynamics of feedforward-feedback processes in visual inference. Vision Research. 186: 124-139
Zhaoping L. (2020) The Flip Tilt Illusion: Visible in Peripheral Vision as Predicted by the Central-Peripheral Dichotomy. I-Perception. 11: 2041669520938408
Zhaoping L, Grassi P, Zou J, et al. (2020) Neural representation of illusory reversed depth in anti-correlated random-dot stereograms across visual cortical areas in central and peripheral visual fields: An fMRI study Journal of Vision. 20: 1522
May KA, Zhaoping L. (2019) Face perception inherits low-level binocular adaptation. Journal of Vision. 19: 7
Zhaoping L. (2019) A new framework for understanding vision from the perspective of the primary visual cortex. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 58: 1-10
Mangano GR, Cipolotti L, Turriziani P, et al. (2019) Exploring the neural correlates of the reversed letter effect: evidence from left and right parietal patients. Neuroscience Letters
Yan Y, Zhaoping L, Li W. (2018) Bottom-up saliency and top-down learning in the primary visual cortex of monkeys. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Zhaoping L, Ackermann J. (2018) Reversed Depth in Anticorrelated Random-Dot Stereograms and the Central-Peripheral Difference in Visual Inference. Perception. 301006618758571
Zhaoping L. (2017) Feedback from higher to lower visual areas for visual recognition may be weaker in the periphery: glimpses from the perception of brief dichoptic stimuli. Vision Research
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