Yeon Jin Kim, Ph.D.

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2018- Biological Structure University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
Vision
Website:
https://sites.uw.edu/yeonjink/
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Zhou J, Reynaud A, Kim YJ, et al. (2017) Chromatic and achromatic monocular deprivation produce separable changes of eye dominance in adults. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Kim YJ, Reynaud A, Hess RF, et al. (2017) A Normative Data Set for the Clinical Assessment of Achromatic and Chromatic Contrast Sensitivity Using a qCSF Approach. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 58: 3628-3636
Kim YJ, Mullen KT. (2016) Effect of overlaid luminance contrast on perceived color contrast: Shadows enhance, borders suppress. Journal of Vision. 16: 15
Kim YJ, Mullen KT. (2015) The dynamics of cross-orientation masking at monocular and interocular sites. Vision Research
Kaderali S, Kim YJ, Reynaud A, et al. (2015) The role of human brain area hMT+ in the perception of global motion investigated with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). Brain Stimulation. 8: 200-7
Mullen KT, Kim YJ, Gheiratmand M. (2014) Contrast normalization in colour vision: the effect of luminance contrast on colour contrast detection. Scientific Reports. 4: 7350
Kim YJ, Gheiratmand M, Mullen KT. (2013) Cross-orientation masking in human color vision: application of a two-stage model to assess dichoptic and monocular sources of suppression. Journal of Vision. 13: 15
Kim YJ, Haun AM, Essock EA. (2010) The horizontal effect in suppression: Anisotropic overlay and surround suppression at high and low speeds. Vision Research. 50: 838-49
Essock EA, Haun AM, Kim YJ. (2009) An anisotropy of orientation-tuned suppression that matches the anisotropy of typical natural scenes. Journal of Vision. 9: 35.1-15
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