Po-Jang (Brown) Hsieh

Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore 
Visual Neuroscience
"Po-Jang Hsieh"
Mean distance: 13.5 (cluster 23)


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Peter Ulric Tse grad student 2003-2008 Dartmouth
 (Perceptual filling -in involves feature mixing, but not feature replacement.)
Nancy Kanwisher post-doc 2008- MIT
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Hung SM, Hsieh PJ. (2021) Subliminal temporal integration of linguistic information under discontinuous flash suppression. Journal of Vision. 21: 27
Xu Q, Zhang J, Grandjean J, et al. (2020) Neural correlates of retrieval-based enhancement of autobiographical memory in older adults. Scientific Reports. 10: 1447
Tan PK, Ananyev E, Hsieh PB. (2019) Distinct genetic signatures of cortical and subcortical regions associated with human memory. Eneuro
Ananyev E, Yong Z, Hsieh PJ. (2019) Center-surround velocity-based segmentation: Speed, eccentricity, and timing of visual stimuli interact to determine interocular dominance. Journal of Vision. 19: 3
Yong Z, Tan JH, Hsieh PJ. (2019) Microsleep is associated with brain activity patterns unperturbed by auditory inputs. Journal of Neurophysiology
Lee L, Lo YT, See AAQ, et al. (2018) Long-term recovery profile of patients with severe disability or in vegetative states following severe primary intracerebral hemorrhage. Journal of Critical Care. 48: 269-275
Ananyev E, Penney TB, Hsieh PB. (2017) Separate requirements for detection and perceptual stability of motion in interocular suppression. Scientific Reports. 7: 7230
Yong Z, Hsieh PJ. (2017) Speed-size illusion correlates with retinal-level motion statistics. Journal of Vision. 17: 1
Hung SM, Styles SJ, Hsieh PJ. (2017) Can a Word Sound Like a Shape Before You Have Seen It? Sound-Shape Mapping Prior to Conscious Awareness. Psychological Science. 956797616677313
Hung SM, Nieh CH, Hsieh PJ. (2016) Unconscious processing of facial attractiveness: invisible attractive faces orient visual attention. Scientific Reports. 6: 37117
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