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Yih-Shiuan Lin, MSc. Psych.

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Address:
Universität Regensburg
Universitätsstraße 31
93053 Regensburg
 
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Room:
PT 4.0.36a
Phone:
+49 (0)941 943 5593
E-Mail:
Yih-Shiuan.Lin@psychologie.uni-regensburg.de

research

Biography

Yih-Shiuan Lin is a PhD candidate in the lab of Prof. Mark Greenlee. Her PhD work focuses on investigating lateral modulation in human vision such as exhibited in filling-in by means of psychophysics, computational modeling, and fMRI. Her PhD project is part of the collaboration between the lab of Prof. Greenlee and the lab of Prof. Chien-Chung Chen in National Taiwan University. At the same time, she has been working with Dr. Maka Malania on a project involving understanding the effect of perceptual learning on visual crowding. She has also gained research experience in a broad range of topics like binocular vision, perceptual grouping, and color vision during her master’s years in National Taiwan University. In addition, she is very interested in learning how to apply machine learning techniques for advanced data analysis in her own studies.


Current Funding

DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service/Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) ResearchGrants – Doctoral Programmes in Germany, 2017/18 (Forschungsstipendien - Promotionen in Deutschland, 2017/18)


Research focus

•Visual filling-in
•Perceptual grouping
•Color vision
•Depth perception


publications

Publications

Journal Papers

- Lin, Y. S., Chen, C. C., & Greenlee, M. W. (2020). Lateral modulation of orientation perception in center-surround sinusoidal stimuli: divisive inhibition in perceptual filling-in. Journal of Vision, 20(9), 5-5.

- Lin, Y. S., Cho, P. C., & Chen, C. C. (2017). Contrast gain control determines global form percept in tripole Glass patterns. Journal of Vision, 17(5), 2-2.

Conference Presentations

- Lin, Y. S., Greenlee, M. W., & Malania, M. (2021, May). Does the training on a visual crowding task alter the population receptive field estimates? Poster session presented at V-VSS 2021.

- Lin, Y. S., Chen, C. C., & Greenlee, M. W. (2020, Jun). Neural Correlates of Perceptual Filling-In as Measured by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Poster session presented at V-VSS 2020.

- Lin, Y. S., Chen, C. C. & Greenlee M. W. (2019, Dec). Tilt aftereffect (TAE) induced by perceptual filling-in. Poster session presented at the 5th NTU-Kyoto University International Symposium for Human Science (NK 2019), Taipei, Taiwan.

- Lin, Y. S., Chen, C. C. & Greenlee M. W. (2019, Jul). Divisive inhibition determines orientation discrimination threshold after adaptation to center-surround sinusoidal stimuli. Oral session presented at APCV 2019, Osaka, Japan.

- Lin, Y. S., Chen, C. C. & Greenlee M. W. (2019, May). Lateral modulation of orientation discrimination of center-surround sinusoidal stimuli in peripheral vision. Poster session presented at VSS 2019, Florida, USA.

- Lin, Y. S., Chen, C. C. & Greenlee M. W. (2018, Aug). Lateral inhibition linked to perceptual filling-in of sinusoidal annulus. Poster session presented at ECVP 2018, Trieste, Italy.

- Lin, Y. S. & Chen, C. C. (2017, Aug). Hierarchical processing in tripole Glass pattern perception. Poster session presented at ECVP 2017, Berlin, Germany. MOST 103-2410-H-002-076- MY3.

- Lin, Y. S. & Chen, C. C. (2016, Sep). The Effect of Color Contrast on Glass Pattern Perception. Poster session presented at Seeing Colors 2016, Regensburg, Germany. MOST 103-2410-H-002-076- MY3.

- Lin, Y. S. & Chen, C. C. (2016, Aug). The role of color contrast gain control in global form perception. Poster session presented at ECVP 2016, Barcelona, Spain. MOST 103-2410-H-002-076- MY3.

- Lin, Y. S. & Chen, C. C. (2016, May). Local contrast gain control determines global form percept in Glass pattern. Poster session presented at VSS 2016, Florida, USA. MOST 103-2410-H-002-076- MY3.

- Lin, Y. S. & Chen, C. C. (2015, Aug). Luminance prevailed over disparity in depth discrimination. Poster session presented at ECVP 2015, Liverpool, UK. MOST 102-2420-H-002-018-MY3.

- Lin, Y. S. & Yeh, S. L. (2014, May). Qualitative difference in categorical priming between conscious and unconscious processing of numbers: Evidence from visual crowding. Poster session presented at VSS 2014, Florida, USA. MOST 102-2815-C-002 -028-H.



  1. Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften
  2. Institut für Psychologie

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