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Kwon, Oh-Sang (권오상)

Department
School of Design and Human Engineering(디자인 및 인간공학부)
Research Interests
Aging, Visual perception, Human motor control, Statistical learning, Bayesian inference
Lab
Perception & Action Lab
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2019-03Temporal Dynamics of Visual Attention AllocationMoon, Jongmin; Choe, Seonggyu; Lee, Seul, et alARTICLE235 Temporal Dynamics of Visual Attention Allocation
2018-04Ageing vision and falls: a reviewSaftari, Liana Nafisa; Kwon, Oh-SangARTICLE482 Ageing vision and falls: a review
2016-06Recovering stereo vision by squashing virtual bugs in a virtual reality environmentVedamurthy, Indu; Knill, David C.; Huang, Samuel J., et alARTICLE579 Recovering stereo vision by squashing virtual bugs in a virtual reality environment
2015-12Visual uncertainty influences the extent of an especial skillCzyz, S.H.; Kwon, Oh-Sang; Marzec, J., et alARTICLE695 Visual uncertainty influences the extent of an especial skill
2015-06A unifying account of visual motion and position perceptionKwon, Oh-Sang; Tadin, Duje; Knill, David C.ARTICLE755 A unifying account of visual motion and position perception
2013-03Illusory motion of stationary stimuli in visual periphery: evidence for a strong centrifugal prior in in motion processingZhang, Ruyuan; Kwon, Oh-Sang; Tadin, DujeARTICLE539 Illusory motion of stationary stimuli in visual periphery: evidence for a strong centrifugal prior in in motion processing
2013-03The brain uses adaptive internal models of scene statistics for sensorimotor estimation and planningKwon, Oh-Sang; Knill, David C.ARTICLE616 The brain uses adaptive internal models of scene statistics for sensorimotor estimation and planning
2013-03Especial skill effect across age and performance level: the nature and degree of generalizationCzyz, SH; Breslin, G; Kwon, Oh-Sang, et alARTICLE581 Especial skill effect across age and performance level: the nature and degree of generalization
2011-01Human Motor Transfer Is Determined by the Scaling of Size and Accuracy of MovementKwon, Oh-Sang; Zelaznik, Howard; Chiu, George, et alARTICLE535 Human Motor Transfer Is Determined by the Scaling of Size and Accuracy of Movement
2010-10Fitts’s Law and speed/accuracy trade-offs during the sequences of saccades: Implications for strategies of saccadic planningWu, Chia-Chien; Kwon, Oh-Sang; Kowler, EileenARTICLE659 Fitts’s Law and speed/accuracy trade-offs during the sequences of saccades: Implications for strategies of saccadic planning

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