Xiuyun Wu
Xiuyun Wu
Research Scientist
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A clinical test for visual crowding
DG Pelli, SJ Waugh, M Martelli, SJ Crutch, S Primativo, KX Yong, ...
F1000Research 81 (5), 1-20, 2016
Crowding and binding: Not all feature dimensions behave in the same way
A Yashar, X Wu, J Chen, M Carrasco
Psychological Science 30 (10), 1533-1546, 2019
Expectations about motion direction affect perception and anticipatory smooth pursuit differently
X Wu, AC Rothwell, M Spering, A Montagnini
Journal of Neurophysiology 125 (3), 977-991, 2021
On the relation between anticipatory ocular torsion and anticipatory smooth pursuit
AC Rothwell, X Wu, J Edinger, M Spering
Journal of vision 20 (2), 4-4, 2020
Ocular torsion is related to perceived motion-induced position shifts
X Wu, M Spering
Journal of Vision 19 (12), 11-11, 2019
Tracking and perceiving diverse motion signals: Directional biases in human smooth pursuit and perception
X Wu, M Spering
PLoS ONE 17 (9), e0275324, 2022
68‐2: Considering the Effects of Display Persistence on Eye Movements and Readability in Virtual Reality
X Wu, TS Murdison
SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers 53 (1), 910-913, 2022
Opposite effects of expectation on motion perception and anticipatory pursuit eye movements
X Wu, A Rothwell, M Spering, A Montagnini
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 567-567, 2020
Crowding and binding: Not all feature-dimensions behave equally
A Yashar, X Wu, J Chen, M Carrasco
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 374-374, 2017
Spatial predictability modulates oculomotor deficits in low persistence displays
C Kuper, X Wu, TS Murdison
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 5481-5481, 2023
Motion processing across spatial and temporal scales for human perception and eye movements
X Wu
University of British Columbia, 2022
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