Soojin J. Park

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
"Soojin Park"
Mean distance: 14.3 (cluster 23)


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Marvin M. Chun grad student 2008 Yale
 (The constructive nature of scene representations in the brain.)
Aude Oliva post-doc MIT


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Annie R.H. Cheng research assistant Johns Hopkins
Robert W Wiley grad student 2012-2018 Johns Hopkins
Jeongho Park grad student 2013-2018 Johns Hopkins
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Chaisilprungraung T, Park S. (2021) "Scene" From Inside: The Representation of Observer's Space in High-Level Visual Cortex. Neuropsychologia. 108010
Cheng A, Walther DB, Park S, et al. (2021) Concavity as a diagnostic feature of visual scenes. Neuroimage. 117920
Park J, Park S. (2020) Coding of Navigational Distance and Functional Constraint of Boundaries in the human scene-selective cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Ferrara K, Landau B, Park S. (2019) Impaired behavioral and neural representation of scenes in Williams syndrome. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 121: 264-276
Park S. (2019) Attention scales with object size. Nature Human Behaviour. 3: 12-13
Lee Y, Park S. (2019) Representation of scene navigability and structure in two distinct cortical pathways Journal of Vision. 19: 162a
Li SP, Lu Z, Park S. (2019) A scene with an invisible wall - Does navigation experience influence scene perception? Journal of Vision. 19: 161d
Cheng A, Walther DB, Park S, et al. (2019) What is a scene? Concavity as an intrinsic property of a scene Journal of Vision. 19: 128c
Park J, Park S. (2018) Coding of navigational distance in the visual scene-selective cortex Journal of Vision. 18: 739-739
Cheng RH, Walther D, Park S. (2018) Concavity and convexity of conjoint surfaces underlie neural and behavioral categorization of scenes and objects Journal of Vision. 18: 140
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