Shui'Er Han

University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
Continuous flash suppression, binocular rivalry, multi-sensory perception, natural statistics
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Han S, Kim S, Jung JH. (2023) The effect of visual rivalry in peripheral head-mounted displays on mobility. Scientific Reports. 13: 20199
Kim S, Han S, Jung JH. (2023) Binocular see-through configuration and eye movement attenuate visual rivalry in peripheral wearable displays. Proceedings of Spie--the International Society For Optical Engineering. 12449
Han S, Chen YC, Maurer D, et al. (2022) The development of audio-visual temporal precision precedes its rapid recalibration. Scientific Reports. 12: 21591
Wang G, Alais D, Blake R, et al. (2022) CFS-crafter: An open-source tool for creating and analyzing images for continuous flash suppression experiments. Behavior Research Methods
Han S, Alais D, MacDougall H, et al. (2020) Brief localised monocular deprivation in adults alters binocular rivalry predominance retinotopically and reduces spatial inhibition. Scientific Reports. 10: 18739
Han S, Alais D, Palmer C. (2020) Dynamic face mask enhances continuous flash suppression. Cognition. 206: 104473
Han S, Lukaszewski R, Alais D. (2018) Continuous flash suppression operates in local spatial zones: Effects of mask size and contrast. Vision Research
Han S, Alais D, Blake R. (2018) Battle of the Mondrians: Investigating the Role of Unpredictability in Continuous Flash Suppression. I-Perception. 9: 2041669518792930
Han S, Alais D. (2018) Strength of continuous flash suppression is optimal when target and masker modulation rates are matched. Journal of Vision. 18: 3
Han S, Blake R, Alais D. (2018) Corrigendum to "Slow and steady, not fast and furious: Slow temporal modulation strengthens continuous flash suppression" [Conscious Cogn. 58 (2018) 10-19]. Consciousness and Cognition
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