ding yun
ding yun
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Assessing the generalizability of eye dominance across binocular rivalry, onset rivalry, and continuous flash suppression
Y Ding, M Naber, S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
Journal of Vision 18 (6), 6-6, 2018
222018
Selective impairments in covert shifts of attention in Chinese dyslexic children
Y Ding, J Zhao, T He, Y Tan, L Zheng, Z Wang
Dyslexia 22 (4), 362-378, 2016
182016
Dyslexic children are sluggish in disengaging spatial attention
W Fu, J Zhao, Y Ding, Z Wang
Dyslexia 25 (2), 158-172, 2019
102019
Visual working memory and saliency independently influence the priority for access to visual awareness
Y Ding, CLE Paffen, M Naber, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of vision 19 (11), 9-9, 2019
92019
Environment-and eye-centered inhibitory cueing effects are both observed after a methodological confound is eliminated
T He, Y Ding, Z Wang
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
62015
Inhibitory cueing effects following manual and saccadic responses to arrow cues
Y Ding, T He, J Satel, Z Wang
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (4), 1020-1029, 2016
12016
A concurrent working memory load does not necessarily impair spatial attention: Evidence from inhibition of return
Z Shen, Y Ding, J Satel, Z Wang
Visual Cognition 29 (1), 38-50, 2021
2021
How retaining objects containing multiple features in visual working memory regulates the priority for access to visual awareness
Y Ding, M Naber, C Paffen, S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel
Consciousness and Cognition 87, 103057, 2021
2021
The priority for access to awareness of information matching VWM is mirror-invariant
Y Ding, M Naber, C Paffen, A Sahakian, S Van der Stigchel
Cognition 206, 104463, 2021
2021
It all comes back to you: from short-term memory to visual awareness
Y Ding
Utrecht University, 2020
2020
How the content of visual working memory regulates the priority for access to visual awareness for memoranda with multiple features
Y Ding, M Naber, C Paffen, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 783-783, 2020
2020
Saccades reset the priority of visual information to access awareness
Y Ding, M Naber, CLE Paffen, JH Fabius, S Van der Stigchel
Vision Research 173, 1-6, 2020
2020
The content of visual working memory regulates the priority to access visual awareness, including bound memoranda with multiple features
Y Ding, A Sahakian, CLE Paffen, M Naber, S Van der Stigchel
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 75-75, 2019
2019
The Content of Visual Working Memory Regulates the Priority for Access Visual Awareness as an Integral Object
Y Ding, A Sahakian, C Paffen, M Naber, S Vander Stigchel
PERCEPTION 48, 67-67, 2019
2019
The Influence of Both Visual Working Memory and Visual Salience on Pre-And Post-Awareness?
Y Ding, C Paffen, M Naber, S Van der Stigchel
PERCEPTION 48, 94-94, 2019
2019
Assessing the generalizability of eye
Y Ding, M Naber, S Gayet, S Van der Stigchel, CLE Paffen
2018
Inhibitory cueing effects following manual and saccadic responses
Y Ding, T He, J Satel, Z Wang
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