Sam Ling, PhD

Psychological and Brain Sciences Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
vision, attention, binocular rivalry, visual psychophysics, fmri, tms, learning
"Sam Ling"
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Cathleen M. Moore research assistant Penn State
Marisa Carrasco grad student 2007 NYU
 (How attention affects perception.)
Randolph Blake post-doc Boston University
Frank Tong post-doc Vanderbilt
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Bloem IM, Watanabe YL, Kibbe MM, et al. (2018) Visual Memories Bypass Normalization. Psychological Science. 956797617747091
Bloem IM, Ling S. (2017) Attentional modulation interacts with orientation anisotropies in contrast perception. Journal of Vision. 17: 6
Poltoratski S, Ling S, McCormack D, et al. (2017) Characterizing the effects of feature salience and top-down attention in the early visual system. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00924.2016
Kim D, Lokey S, Ling S. (2017) Elevated arousal levels enhance contrast perception. Journal of Vision. 17: 14
Moerel D, Ling S, Jehee JF. (2016) Perceptual learning increases orientation sampling efficiency. Journal of Vision. 16: 36
Tian Y, Yang J, Lei Y, et al. (2016) Neonatal Ventral Hippocampus Lesion Changes Nuclear Restricted Protein/Brain (NRP/B) Expression in Hippocampus, Cortex and Striatum in Developmental Periods of Rats. Neuroscience
Li D, Ling S, Zhang R. (2016) On a Threshold Double Autoregressive Model Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 34: 68-80
Jiang T, Cheng X, Ling S. (2016) An algebraic technique for total least squares problem in quaternionic quantum theory Applied Mathematics Letters. 52: 58-63
Goodman RA, Ling SM, Briss PA, et al. (2015) Multimorbidity Patterns in the United States: Implications for Research and Clinical Practice. The Journals of Gerontology. Series a, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences
Kietzmann TC, Poltoratski S, König P, et al. (2015) The Occipital Face Area Is Causally Involved in Facial Viewpoint Perception. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 16398-403
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