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LEE Lap Fai, Alan
 
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Assistant Professor
BCogSc (HKU); MA (UCLA); PhD (UCLA)

Office: WYL227, Dorothy Y L Wong Building
Department of Applied Psychology
Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong
TEL: (852) 2616 7419
FAX: (852) 2616 5997
e-Mail: alanlee@Ln.edu.hk
Website:

https://sites.google.com/view/alanlflee-lab

   
   
   
   
 


Alan received his PhD from the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). After graduation, he worked at École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Paris as a postdoctoral researcher. He had been an assistant professor at the Division of Psychology at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore before joining Lingnan in January 2016. He is broadly interested in research on sensation and perception, focusing on vision, adaptation, learning, and metacognition.

   
 


Research | Top

  • Visual perception
  • Perceptual confidence and metacognition
  • Sensory adaptation
  • Perceptual learning
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Computational neuroscience

Publications | Top

Lee, A. L. F., & Lu, H. (2014) Global motion aftereffect does not depend on awareness of the adapting motion direction. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 76(3), 766-779.

Lee, A. L. F., & Lu, H. (2012). Two forms of aftereffects induced by transparent motion reveal multilevel adaptation. Journal of Vision, 12(4):3, 1–13.

Lee, A. L. F., & Lu, H. (2010). A comparison of global motion perception using a multiple-aperture stimulus. Journal of Vision, 10(4): 9, 1-16.

Lu, H., Lin, T., Lee, A. L. F., Vese, L., & Yuille, A. (2010). Functional form of motion priors in human motion perception. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 23, 1495-1503. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Wu, S., Lu, H., Lee, A., & Yuille A. "Motion integration using competitive priors", In: Statistical and Geometrical Approaches to Visual Motion Analysis, Cremers, D., Rosenhahn, B., Yuille, A.L., & Schmidt, F.R. (Eds.), Springer, 5604:1 - 26 (2009)

Conference Presentations | Top

Lee, A. L. F., de Gardelle, V., Mamassian, P. (2015) Global confidence judgments across multiple perceptual decisions. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Singapore.

Lee, A. L. F., de Gardelle, V., Mamassian, P. (2015) Computing global confidence: psychophysical evidence for an integration mechanism. VSS, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

Lee, A. L. F., de Gardelle, V., Mamassian, P. (2014). Extracting the global confidence across multiple trials of a visual task. VSS, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

Lee, A. L. F., Lu, H. (2013). Propagation of local adaptation is insufficient to generate repulsive motion aftereffects. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lu, H., Lee, A. L. F., (2013). Inferring "hidden" parts by learning hierarchical representations of objects. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lee, A. L. F., Lu, H. (2012). Adapting to imperceptible multidirectional motion yields perceptible aftereffects: A psychophysical and computational investigation. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lee, A. L. F., Lu, H. (2011). A new form of motion aftereffect in transparent motion adaptation. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lu, H., Lin, T., Lee, A. L. F., Vese, L., & Yuille, A. (2010). Recovering the functional form of the slowand-smooth prior in global motion perception. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lee, A. L. F. & Lu, H. (2010). Phantom motion aftereffect using multiple aperture stimuli: A dynamic Bayesian model. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lu, H., Lee, A., & Keane, B. P. (2009). Spatial pattern analysis in biological motion. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lee, A. & Lu, H. (2009). A comparison of motion integration for optic flow components. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lee, A. L., Yuille, A., & Lu, H. (2008). Superior perception of circular/radial than translational motion cannot be explained by generic priors. VSS, Naples, Florida.

Lee, A. L., Yuille, A., & Lu, H. (2008). Superior perception of circular/radial over translational motion cannot be explained by generic priors. Hong Kong Vision Meeting.

Teaching Subjects | Top

Academic Year:  2019-2020:
1st Term: PSY3101 Research Methods and Statistics for Psychology I
  PSY4001 Biological Psychology
     
2nd Term: PSY3101 Research Methods and Statistics for Psychology I
  PSY4002 Sensation and Perception

 

 
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