Soojin Park
Soojin Park
Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University
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Disentangling scene content from spatial boundary: complementary roles for the parahippocampal place area and lateral occipital complex in representing real-world scenes
S Park, TF Brady, MR Greene, A Oliva
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (4), 1333-1340, 2011
Different roles of the parahippocampal place area (PPA) and retrosplenial cortex (RSC) in panoramic scene perception
S Park, MM Chun
Neuroimage 47 (4), 1747-1756, 2009
Concurrent working memory load can facilitate selective attention: evidence for specialized load.
S Park, MS Kim, MM Chun
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (5 …, 2007
Beyond the edges of a view: boundary extension in human scene-selective visual cortex
S Park, H Intraub, DJ Yi, D Widders, MM Chun
Neuron 54 (2), 335-342, 2007
Parametric coding of the size and clutter of natural scenes in the human brain
S Park, T Konkle, A Oliva
Cerebral Cortex 25 (7), 1792-1805, 2015
Neural representation of scene boundaries
K Ferrara, S Park
Neuropsychologia 89, 180-190, 2016
Representing, perceiving and remembering the shape of visual space
A Oliva, S Park, T Konkle
Vision in 3D environments, 308-339, 2011
Refreshing and integrating visual scenes in scene-selective cortex
S Park, MM Chun, MK Johnson
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (12), 2813-2822, 2010
Coding of Navigational Distance and Functional Constraint of Boundaries in the human scene-selective cortex
J Park, S Park
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (18), 3621-3630, 2020
Neural representation of object orientation: a dissociation between MVPA and repetition suppression
M Hatfield, M McCloskey, S Park
Neuroimage 139, 136-148, 2016
Conjoint representation of texture ensemble and location in the parahippocampal place area
J Park, S Park
Journal of neurophysiology 117 (4), 1595-1607, 2017
Disentangling scene content from its spatial boundary: Complementary roles for the PPA and LOC in representing real-world scenes
S Park, TF Brady, MR Greene, A Oliva
Society for Neuroscience, 2011
Eye movements help link different views in scene-selective cortex
JD Golomb, AR Albrecht, S Park, MM Chun
Cerebral cortex 21 (9), 2094-2102, 2011
Detailed visual memory capacity is present early in childhood
K Ferrara, S Furlong, S Park, B Landau
Open Mind 2 (1), 14-25, 2017
Impaired behavioral and neural representation of scenes in Williams syndrome
K Ferrara, B Landau, S Park
Cortex 121, 264-276, 2019
The constructive nature of scene perception
S Park, MM Chun
Scene vision: Making sense of what we see, 45-72, 2014
Spatial size defined by different boundary cues
K Ferrara, S Park
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 1070-1070, 2013
Neural representation of the navigability in a scene
S Park, M Levine, M Dunne
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 1097-1097, 2013
What is a scene? Concavity as an intrinsic property of a scene
A Cheng, DB Walther, S Park, DD Dilks
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 128c-128c, 2019
Neural and behavioral sensitivity to boundary cues in Williams syndrome
K Ferrara, B Landau, S Park
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 12-12, 2016
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