Xiaoli Zhang

Xiaoli Zhang
George Washington University | GW · Department of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy

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12 Research Items
28 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2020 - February 2021
George Washington University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
May 2020 - July 2020
The Ohio State University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
August 2014 - May 2020
The Ohio State University
Field of study
  • Cognitive Psychology
September 2009 - June 2013
Tsinghua University
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (13)
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We can focus visuospatial attention by covertly attending to relevant locations, moving our eyes, or both simultaneously. How does shifting versus holding covert attention during fixation compare with maintaining covert attention across saccades? We acquired human fMRI data during a combined saccade and covert attention task. On Eyes-fixed trials,...
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Visual signals are initially processed as two-dimensional images on our retina, but we live in a 3D world. Depth information needs to be reconstructed from the 2D retinal images, using cues such as binocular disparity. But in daily life, we also make frequent, rapid eye movements, which alter the 2D retinal input. How do we achieve stable 3D percep...
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We can focus visuospatial attention by covertly attending to relevant locations, moving our eyes, or both simultaneously. How does shifting versus holding covert attention during fixation compare with maintaining covert attention across saccades? We acquired fMRI data during a combined saccade and covert attention task. On Eyes-fixed trials, partic...
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The image on our retina changes every time we make an eye movement. To maintain visual stability after saccades, specifically to locate visual targets, we may use nontarget objects as “landmarks”. In the current study, we compared how the presence of nontargets affects target localization after saccades and during sustained fixation. Participants f...
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The image on our retina changes every time we make an eye movement. To maintain visual stability across saccades, specifically to locate visual targets, we may use nontarget objects as "landmarks". In the current study, we compared how the presence of nontargets affects target localization across saccades and during sustained fixation. Participants...
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Visual information is initially represented as 2D images on the retina, but our brains are able to transform this input to perceive our rich 3D environment. While many studies have explored 2D spatial representations or depth perception in isolation, it remains unknown if or how these processes interact in human visual cortex. Here we used function...
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We live in a 3D world, and yet the majority of vision research is restricted to 2D phenomena, with depth research typically treated as a separate field. Here we ask whether 2D spatial information and depth information interact to form neural representations of 3D space, and if so, what are the perceptual implications? Using fMRI and behavioural met...

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How does shifting versus holding covert attention during fixation compare with maintaining covert attention across saccades? What are the neural representations of attention in reference frames (retinotopic or spatiotopic coordinates) across saccades?