论文

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•  Luo, J., He, K., Andolina, I., Li, X., Yin, J., Chen, Z., Gu, Y.* and Wang, W.* (2019) Going with the flow: the neural mechanisms underlying illusions of complex-flow motion. Journal of Neuroscience 39(4): 2664-2685
•  Lu Y., Yin J., Chen, Z., Gong, H., Liu, Y., Qian, L., Li, X., Liu, R., Andolina, I., Wang, W.* (2018) Revealing detail along the visual hierarchy: neural clustering preserves acuity from V1 to V4. Neuron 9: 417-428
•  Wang, W.*, Andolina, I.*, Lu, Y., Jones, H., Sillito, A. (2018) Focal Gain Control of Thalamic Visual Receptive Fields by Layer 6 Corticothalamic Feedback. Cerebral Cortex 28(1): 267-280
•  Li, H., Liu, X., Andolina, I.*, Li, X., Lu, Y., Spillmann, L. and Wang, W.* (2017) Asymmetries of dark and bright negative afterimages are paralleled by subcortical ON and OFF poststimulus responses. Journal of Neuroscience 37: 1984-1996
•  Pan, Y., Wang, L., Wang, Z., Xu, C., Yu, W., Spillmann, L., Gu, Y.*, Wang, Z.*, Wang, W.* (2016) Representation of illusory and real rotations in human MST - a cortical site for the Pinna illusion. Human Brain Mapping 37(6): 2097-2113
•  Yin, J., Gong, H., An, X., Chen, Z., Lu, Y.*, Andolina, I., McLoughlin, N., Wang, W.* (2015) Breaking cover: neural responses to slow and fast camouflage-breaking motion. Proceedings of the Royal Society B:Biological Sciences 282(1813): 20151182
•  An, X., Gong, H., Yin, J., Wang, X., Pan, Y., Zhang, X., Lu, Y., Yang, Y., Toth, Z., Schiessl, I., Mcloughlin, N. and Wang, W.* (2014) Orientation-cue invariant population responses to contrast modulated and phase-reversed contour stimuli in macaque V1 and V2. PLoS One 9(9): e106753
•  Li, H., Luo, J., Lu, Y., Kan, J., Spillmann, L. and Wang, W.* (2014) Asymmetrical color filling-in from the nasal to the temporal side of the blind spot. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8: 534
•  An, X., Gong, H., McLoughlin, N., Yang, Y.*, and Wang, W.* (2014) The mechanism for processing random-dot motion at various speeds in early visual cortices. PLoS One 9(3): e93115
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•  Pan, Y., Chen, M., Yin, J., An, X., Zhang, X., Lu, Y., Gong, H., Li, W., Wang, W.* (2012) Equivalent representation of real and illusory contours in macaque V4. Journal of Neuroscience 32: 6760-6770