Xiaoli Zhang, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2009-2013 Psychology Tsinghua University (Beijing), Beijing, Beijing Shi, China 
 2014-2020 Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
 2020- Psychological and brain sciences George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
Area:
Visual perception, Visual stability, attention, neuroimaging
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Shomstein S, Zhang X, Dubbelde D. (2022) Attention and platypuses. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1600
Zhang X, Golomb JD. (2021) Neural representations of covert attention across saccades: comparing pattern similarity to shifting and holding attention during fixation. Eneuro
Zhang X, Golomb JD. (2019) Neural representations of attention across saccades: More similar to shifting or to holding covert attention? Journal of Vision. 19
Zhang X, Golomb JD. (2018) Target Localization after Saccades and at Fixation: Nontargets both Facilitate and Bias Responses. Visual Cognition. 26: 734-752
Zhang X, Golomb J. (2018) Localizing visual targets across saccades: Do nontarget landmarks really help? Journal of Vision. 18: 1287-1287
Chen J, Zhang X, Golomb J. (2017) Dynamically tracking the neural signatures of visual attention across a saccade Journal of Vision. 17: 880
Zhang X, Golomb J. (2017) Independent and overlapping neural representations of saccades, attention shifts, and reference frames Journal of Vision. 17: 522-522
Finlayson NJ, Zhang X, Golomb JD. (2016) Differential patterns of 2D location versus depth decoding along the visual hierarchy. Neuroimage. 147: 507-516
Barboza M, Finlayson N, Zhang X, et al. (2016) Feature-location binding, the "spatial congruency bias", and object-based attention Journal of Vision. 16: 412
Zhang X, Golomb J. (2016) Visual stability across saccades: Do the number and spatial location of non-targets influence target location processing? Journal of Vision. 16: 109-109
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