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Kwon, Oh-Sang (권오상)

Department
Department of Biomedical Engineering(바이오메디컬공학과)
Website
http://pal.unist.ac.kr
Lab
Perception, Action, & Learning Lab. (지각,운동,학습 연구실)
Research Keywords
Visual perception, Motion perception, Aging vision, Statistical learning, Bayesian inference, Perceptual learning, Computational Modeling
Research Interests
The natural ability to acquire relevant sensory information from the environment is critical in everyday life. In Perception, Action, & Learning Lab, we study the fundamental principles that govern the process of human perception and action and apply that knowledge to improve the quality of life. Our current research focuses on revealing the perceptual and cognitive characteristics of elderly people.
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2020-05Integration of Position and Predictive Motion Signals in Aging VisionJeon, Hyun-Jun; Yun, Yeojeong; Kwon, Oh-SangARTICLE85 Integration of Position and Predictive Motion Signals in Aging Vision
2019-03Temporal Dynamics of Visual Attention AllocationMoon, Jongmin; Choe, Seonggyu; Lee, Seul, et alARTICLE331 Temporal Dynamics of Visual Attention Allocation
2018-04Ageing vision and falls: a reviewSaftari, Liana Nafisa; Kwon, Oh-SangARTICLE593 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 alARTICLE663 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 alARTICLE771 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.ARTICLE837 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, DujeARTICLE616 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.ARTICLE696 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 alARTICLE665 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 alARTICLE606 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, EileenARTICLE735 Fitts’s Law and speed/accuracy trade-offs during the sequences of saccades: Implications for strategies of saccadic planning

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