Dr. CHANG Dorita H. F.
Assistant Professor



B.Sc. Psychology, McMaster University, Canada
Ph.D. Neuroscience, Queen’s University, Canada

Marie Curie Research Fellow, University of Birmingham, UK
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, McGill University, Canada

Office: 6.07
Phone: (852) 3917-2383
Email: changd@hku.hk

Google Scholar Profile: goo.gl/VINjuy
Lab Website: changlab.hk

Visual perception (depth perception; motion and biological motion perception; spatial vision)
Perceptual learning and plasticity
Psychophysics, neuroimaging (fMRI, MEG), brain stimulation (TMS)

Wong, N. H. L., & Chang, D. H. F. (in press). Attentional advantages in video-game experts are not related to perceptual tendencies. Scientific Reports.

Chang, D. H. F., Ban, H., Ikegaya, Y., Fujita, I., & Troje, N. F. (2018). Cortical and subcortical responses to biological motion. NeuroImage, 174, 87-96. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.03.013.

Chang, D. H. F., Hess, R. F., & Mullen, K . T. (2016).  Color responses and their adaptation in human superior colliculus and lateral geniculate nucleus. NeuroImage, 138, 211-220.

Sun, H.-C., Welchman, A. E., Chang, D. H. F., & Di Luca, M. (2016).  Look but don’t touch:  Visual information about surfaces decoded in somatosensory cortex. NeuroImage, 128, 353-361.

Mullen, K. T., Chang, D. H. F., & Hess, R. F. (2015).  The selectivity of responses to red-green color and achromatic contrast in the human visual cortex: an fMRI study. European Journal of Neuroscience. doi: 10.1111/ejn.13090.

Ban, H., Chang, D. H. F., & Welchman, A.E. (2015). The processing and integration of 3D depth signals in the human visual cortex revealed by fMRI and TMS. Journal of Information and Television Engineers, 69(6), 22-27.

Chang, D. H. F., Mevorach, C., Kourtzi, Z., & Welchman, A. E. (2014). Training transfers the limits on perception from parietal to ventral cortex. Current Biology, 24, 2445-2450.

Chang, D. H. F., Kourtzi, Z., & Welchman, A. E. (2013). Mechanisms for extracting a signal from noise as revealed though the specificity and generality of task training. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(27), 10962-10971.

Troje, N. F., & Chang, D. H. F. (2013). Shape-independent processing of biological motion. In K. Johnson, M. Shiffrar (Eds.), People Watching: Social, Perceptual, and Neurophysiological Studies of Body Perception. Oxford University Press.

Hirai, M., Chang, D. H. F., Saunders, D. R., & Troje, N. F. (2011). Body configuration modulates the usage of local cues to direction in biological motion perception. Psychological Science, 22 ,1543–1549.

Chang, D. H. F., Harris, L. R., & Troje, N. F. (2010). Frames of reference for biological motion and face perception. Journal of Vision, 10(6):22, 1–11.

Chang, D. H. F., & Troje, N. F. (2009). Characterizing global and local mechanisms in biological motion perception. Journal of Vision, 9(5):8, 1-10.

Chang, D. H. F., & Troje, N. F. (2009). Acceleration carries the local inversion effect in biological motion perception. Journal of Vision, 9(1):19, 1-17.

Chang, D. H. F., & Troje, N. F. (2008). Perception of animacy and direction from local biological motion signals. Journal of Vision, 8(5):3, 1-10

Brain and Behaviour Laboratory

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