Yue Chen

 



Mailing Address:
Vision Sciences Laboratory
Department of Psychology
Harvard University
33 Kirkland Street #702
Cambridge, MA 02138

Phone:
Office: (617) 495-3884
Home : (508) 875 2973
Fax: (617) 495-3764

E-mail to ychen@wjh.harvard.edu


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Biography

Yue Chen is a Research Associate at Vision Sciences Lab. His main research interests include motion perception in schizophrenia, velocity encoding in normal and abnormal human visual systems. He received Ph.D in Physiological Optics/Vision Sciences from University of Houston (1995), M.S. in Optics (1988) and B.E. in Optical Engineering (1982) from Shanghai Institute of Technology (China).


Publications

Y Chen, G Palafox, K Nakayama, DL Levy, S Matthysse & PS Holzman (1998) Motion perception in schizophrenia Archives of General Psychiatry (in press)

Y Chen, HE Bedell, LJ Frishman & DM Levi (1998) Stimulus uncertainty affects velocity discrimination. Vision Research (in press)

Y Chen, HE Bedell, & LJ Frishman (1998) The precision of velocity discrimination across spatial frequency. Perception & Psychophysics (in press)

PS Holzman, Y Chen, K Nakayama & DL Levy How are deficits in motion perception related to eye tracking dysfunction in schizophrenia? In: M Lenzenweger and R Dworkin (Eds.), Experimental Psychopathology and psychogenesis of schizophrenia. American Psychological Association Press, Washington DC, 1998 (in press)

Y Chen, R MePeek, J Intriligator, PS Holzman & K Nakayama Smooth pursuit to a movement flow and associated perceptual judgments In: W BeckerH Deubel and T Mergner (Eds.), Current Oculomotor Research: Physiological and Psychological Aspects. Plenum Publishing Corp. New York, 1998 (in press)

Y Chen, HE Bedell, & LJ Frishman (1996) Temporal contrast discrimination and its neural correlates. Perception Vol. 25 pp. 505-522.

Y Chen, HE Bedell & LJ Frishamn The effects of cross-spatial-frequency adaptation on speed discrimination. In: Vision Science and Its Application Technical Digest Series Vol 4 Optical Society of America, Washington DC 1996, pp148-151.

Y Chen, S Tripathy & HE Bedell (1995) Temporal characteristics of motion aftereffect differ in the fovea and periphery. In: Vision Science and Its Application Technical Digest Series Vol 3 Optical Society of America, Washington DC 1995, pp178-182.

Y Chen & SD Lin (1989) Holographic correlation filters for mass data calculation.Sino-Laser Vol. 16. pp. 473-475

Y Chen & SD Lin (1988) Rotation-invariant recognition with circular-harmonic-component filter:Review. Optical Instrumentation Vol. 55 pp. 125-133.

Manuscripts

S Tripathy, J Kew, Y Chen, & HE Bedell. Comparison of motion fading and motion aftereffect with changes of stimulus parameters. (Submitted)

Y Chen, DL Levy, K Nakayama, S Matthysse & PS Holzman. The functional relationship between impaired eye tracking and deficient velocity discrimination in schizophrenia. (submitted)


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