Huihui Zhang

Affiliations: 
2010-2013 Department of Psychology Peking University, Beijing, Beijing Shi, China 
 2015- School of Psychology University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
Area:
Multisensory time perception, attention, behavioral oscillations, Bayesian perception, serial dependence
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Motala A, Zhang H, Alais D. (2020) Auditory Rate Perception Displays a Positive Serial Dependence. I-Perception. 11: 2041669520982311
Sun Q, Zhang H, Alais D, et al. (2020) Serial dependence and center bias in heading perception from optic flow. Journal of Vision. 20: 1
Zhang H, Alais D. (2020) Individual difference in serial dependence results from opposite influences of perceptual choices and motor responses. Journal of Vision. 20: 2
Zhang H, Morrone MC, Alais D. (2019) Behavioural oscillations in visual orientation discrimination reveal distinct modulation rates for both sensitivity and response bias. Scientific Reports. 9: 1115
Zhang H, Alais D. (2019) Behavioural oscillations in subjective timing: the intentional binding effect modulates over time Journal of Vision. 19: 49a
Zhang H, Alais D. (2018) Serial dependence for discriminating grating orientation at threshold contrast is driven by perceptual decisions Journal of Vision. 18: 659
Sun Q, Alais D, Zhang H, et al. (2018) Serial dependence effect in heading perception from optic flow Journal of Vision. 18: 40
Zhang H, Zhou X. (2017) Supramodal Representation of Temporal Priors Calibrates Interval Timing. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.01061.2015
Zhang H, Alais D. (2017) Behavioral oscillations of criterion and sensitivity synchronized with action Journal of Vision. 17: 727
Zhang H, Chen L, Zhou X. (2012) Adaptation to visual or auditory time intervals modulates the perception of visual apparent motion. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 6: 100
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