Hongjing Lu, Ph.D.

2008- Departments of Psychology and Statistics University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
visual perception, computational cognition, reasoning
"Hongjing Lu"
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Zili Liu grad student 2001-2005 UCLA
 (2000-2001, Rutgers University)
Alan Yuille post-doc 2005-2006 UCLA


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Cindy Xiong research assistant 2015-2016 UCLA
Akila Kadambi grad student 2016-
Yujia Peng grad student 2014-2019 UCLA
Gennady Erlikhman post-doc 2018- UCLA
Yi-Chia Chen post-doc 2020- UCLA
Jeroen J.A. Van Boxtel post-doc 2010-2013 UCLA
Steven M. Thurman post-doc 2011-2013 UCLA
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Chen YC, Pollick F, Lu H. (2022) Aesthetic preferences for causality in biological movements arise from visual processes. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Peng Y, Lu H, Johnson SP. (2021) Infant perception of causal motion produced by humans and inanimate objects. Infant Behavior & Development. 64: 101615
Shu T, Peng Y, Zhu SC, et al. (2021) A unified psychological space for human perception of physical and social events. Cognitive Psychology. 128: 101398
Lee ALF, Liu Z, Lu H. (2020) Parts beget parts: Bootstrapping hierarchical object representations through visual statistical learning. Cognition. 104515
Peng Y, Lee H, Shu T, et al. (2020) Exploring biological motion perception in two-stream convolutional neural networks. Vision Research. 178: 28-40
Chiang JN, Peng Y, Lu H, et al. (2020) Distributed Code for Semantic Relations Predicts Neural Similarity during Analogical Reasoning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Baker N, Lu H, Erlikhman G, et al. (2020) Local features and global shape information in object classification by deep convolutional neural networks. Vision Research. 172: 46-61
Kadambi A, Ichien N, Qiu S, et al. (2020) Understanding the visual perception of awkward body movements: How interactions go awry. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Peng Y, Ichien N, Lu H. (2019) Causal actions enhance perception of continuous body movements. Cognition. 194: 104060
Erlikhman G, Lu H. (2019) Temporal Boundary Extension in the Representation of Actions Journal of Vision. 19: 38b
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