Woon Ju Park
Woon Ju Park
University of Rochester, University of Washington
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Larger receptive field size as a mechanism underlying atypical motion perception in autism spectrum disorder
KB Schauder, WJ Park, D Tadin, L Bennetto
Clinical Psychological Science 5 (5), 827-842, 2017
192017
High internal noise and poor external noise filtering characterize perception in autism spectrum disorder
WJ Park, KB Schauder, R Zhang, L Bennetto, D Tadin
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
162017
Ensemble statistics as units of selection
HY Im, WJ Park, SC Chong
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 27 (1), 114-127, 2015
82015
Spatial suppression promotes rapid figure-ground segmentation of moving objects
D Tadin, WJ Park, KC Dieter, MD Melnick, JS Lappin, R Blake
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
62019
Motion Perception
W PARK, D TADIN
Stevens' Handbook of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience …, 2018
22018
Mechanisms of motion-based object segregation
WJ Park, D Tadin
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 259-259, 2014
22014
Pupillometry: Consciousness reflected in the eyes
WJ Park, KB Schauder, D Tadin
eLife 7, e35374, 2018
12018
Background subtraction as a mechanism for efficient motion segregation
WJ Park, D Tadin
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 334-334, 2015
12015
The Effect of Spatial Dimension Shifts in Rotated Target Position Search
WJ Park, IY Jung, JH Park, SW Bae, SC Chong
Korean Journal of Cognitive Science 22 (2), 103-121, 2011
12011
Functional reorganization of visual processing following long-term adaptation to optical defects
A Barbot, WJ Park, RY Zhang, KR Huxlin, D Tadin, G Yoon
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Initial eye gaze to faces and its functional consequence on face identification abilities in autism spectrum disorder
KB Schauder, WJ Park, Y Tsank, MP Eckstein, D Tadin, L Bennetto
Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 11 (1), 1-20, 2019
2019
USING TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION TO REDUCE INTERNAL NOISE AND IMPROVE VISUAL PERCEPTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
M Ichinose, WJ Park, D Peddu, J Zahorik, G Woodman, D Tadin, S Park
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN 45, S272-S273, 2019
2019
Atypical visual motion prediction in autism spectrum disorder
WJ Park, K Schauder, OS Kwon, L Bennetto, D Tadin
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 547-547, 2018
2018
Transcranial random noise stimulation over early visual cortex improves processing of noisy visual stimuli
M Melnick, WJ Park, S Croom, S Chen, A Busza, L Batelli, K Huxlin, ...
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 766-766, 2018
2018
18.2 USING COMPUTATIONAL ESTIMATES OF INTERNAL “NOISE” TO CHARACTERIZE VISUAL PERCEPTUAL AND WORKING MEMORY DEFICITS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA
M Ichinose, WJ Park, D Radin, S Park
Schizophrenia Bulletin 44 (Suppl 1), S29, 2018
2018
Perceptual inefficiencies predict individual differences in working memory both in typical adults and in schizophrenia
WJ Park, M Ichinose, S Park, D Tadin
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1110-1110, 2017
2017
71. Visual Working Memory Deficits in Schizophrenia: A Case of “Noisy” Perceptual Processing?
M Ichinose, WJ Park, D Tadin, S Park
Schizophrenia Bulletin 43 (suppl_1), S41-S42, 2017
2017
A mechanistic understanding of atypical visual processing in Autism Spectrum Disorder
WJ Park, D Tadin
University of Rochester, 2017
2017
Evidence for elevated internal noise in Autism Spectrum Disorder
WJ Park, K Schauder, L Bennetto, D Tadin
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1125-1125, 2016
2016
Psychophysical Correlates of Excitatory/Inhibitory Imbalance During Visual Motion Perception in ASD and Schizophrenia
JH Foss-Feig, B Adkinson, WJ Park, EJ Levy, M Mora, N Santamauro, ...
BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY 79 (9), 356S-356S, 2016
2016
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