IBS Institute for Basic Science


Lab Name: Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Lab



Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Lab @ SKKU is a research lab investigating psychological and brain processes involved in perception, memory and cognitive control by measuring eye movements and EEGs with solid psychophysics. Currently, we study  dynamics of perceptual bistability, contextual memory retrieval, and motor inhibition.


Selected Recent Publications

1. Kang, M.-S., & Choi, J, "Retrieval-induced inhibition in short-term memory", Psychological Science, 26(7): 1014-1025, 2015.


2. Kang, M.-S., Hong, S. W., Blake, R., & Woodman, G.F, "Visual working memory contaminates perception", Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18: 860-869, 2011.


3. Kang, M.-S., Blake, R., & Woodman, G.F, "Semantic analysis does not occur in the absence of awareness induced by interocular suppression", Journal of Neuroscience 31: 13535-13545, 2011.


4. Kang, M.-S., & Blake, R, "What causes alternations in dominance during binocular rivalry?"
, Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 72(1): 179-186, 2010.


5. Kang, M.-S., "Size matters: A study of the binocular rivalry dynamics", Journal of Vision 9(1): 17, 1-17, 2009.