Ladan Shams

Affiliations: 
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
visual and multisensory perception
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Danique Jeurissen research assistant 2008-2008 UCLA
Katsumi Minakata research assistant 2009-2009 UCLA
Lingqi Zhang research assistant 2016-2017 UCLA
Megan A. K. Peters grad student UCLA
Robyn Sun Kim grad student 2009 UCLA
David R. Wozny grad student 2009 UCLA
Brandon K. Barakat grad student 2014 UCLA
Virginie van Wassenhove post-doc 2005-2006 UCLA
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Ursino M, Cuppini C, Magosso E, et al. (2019) Explaining the Effect of Likelihood Manipulation and Prior Through a Neural Network of the Audiovisual Perception of Space. Multisensory Research. 32: 111-144
Odegaard B, Beierholm UR, Carpenter J, et al. (2018) Prior expectation of objects in space is dependent on the direction of gaze. Cognition. 182: 220-226
Peters MAK, Zhang LQ, Shams L. (2018) The material-weight illusion is a Bayes-optimal percept under competing density priors. Peerj. 6: e5760
Odegaard B, Wozny DR, Shams L. (2017) A simple and efficient method to enhance audiovisual binding tendencies. Peerj. 5: e3143
Peters MA, Ma WJ, Shams L. (2016) The Size-Weight Illusion is not anti-Bayesian after all: a unifying Bayesian account. Peerj. 4: e2124
Odegaard B, Shams L. (2016) The Brain's Tendency to Bind Audiovisual Signals Is Stable but Not General. Psychological Science
Odegaard B, Wozny DR, Shams L. (2015) The effects of selective and divided attention on sensory precision and integration. Neuroscience Letters
Samad M, Shams L. (2015) Visual-somatotopic interactions in spatial perception. Neuroreport
Odegaard B, Wozny DR, Shams L. (2015) Biases in Visual, Auditory, and Audiovisual Perception of Space. Plos Computational Biology. 11: e1004649
Peters MA, Balzer J, Shams L. (2015) Smaller = denser, and the brain knows it: natural statistics of object density shape weight expectations. Plos One. 10: e0119794
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