Publications

  • Pallett, P. & Meng, M. (in press). Contrast-negation differentiates visual pathways underlying dynamic and invariant facial processing. Journal of Vision.
  • Graham, D. J., Pallett, P., Meng, M., & Leder, H. (in press). Representation and aesthetics of the human face in portraiture. Art & Perception.
  • Kohler, P.J., Fogelson, S.V., Reavis, E.A., Meng, M., Guntupalli, J.S., Hanke, M., Halchenko, Y.O., Connolly, A.C., Haxby, J.V., & Tse, P.U. (2013). Pattern classification precedes regional-average hemodynamic response in early visual cortex. NeuroImage, 78, 249-260. Link
  • Gorlin, S., Meng, M., Sharma, J., Sugihara, H., Sur, M., & Sinha, P. (2012). Imaging prior information in the brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, published online before print April 26, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1111224109. Link
  • Meng, M., Cherian, T., Singal, G., & Sinha, P. (2012). Lateralization of face processing in the human brain. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, published online before print January 4, 2012, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2011.1784. Link
  • Sinha, P. & Meng, M. (2012). Superimposed hemifields in primary visual cortex of achiasmic individuals. Neuron, 75(3), 353-355. Link
  • Graham, D. J. & Meng, M. (2011). Artistic representations: Clues to efficient coding in human vision. Visual Neuroscience, 28(4), 371-379. Link
  • Graham, D. J. & Meng, M. (2011). Altered spatial frequency content in paintings by artists with schizophrenia. i-Perception, 2(1), 1-9. Link
  • Meng, M. & Potter, M.C. (2011). An attentional blink for nontargets? Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 73(2), 440-6. PDF
  • Gilad, S.*, Meng, M.*, & Sinha, P. (2009). Role of ordinal contrast relationships in face encoding. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 106:13, 5353-5358. *Both authors contributed equally. Link
  • Meng, M., & Potter, M.C. (2008). Detecting and remembering pictures with and without visual noise. Journal of Vision, 8(9):7, 1-10. Link
  • Meng, M., Ferneyhough, E., & Tong, F. (2007). Dynamics of perceptual filling-in of visual phantoms revealed by binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision, 7(13):8, 1-15. Link
  • Tong, F., Meng, M., & Blake, R. (2006). Neural bases of binocular rivalry. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10(11), 502-511. PDF
  • Meng, M., Remus, D.A., & Tong, F. (2005). Filling-in of visual phantoms in the human brain. Nature Neuroscience, 8(9), 1248-54. PDF
  • Meng, M., & Tong, F. (2004). Can attention bias bistable perception? Differences between binocular rivalry and ambiguous figures. Journal of Vision, 4(7), 539-551. Link
  • Zhuo, Y., Zhou, T.G., Rao, H.Y., Wang, J.J., Meng, M., Chen, M., Zhou, C., & Chen, L. (2003). Contributions of the visual ventral pathway to long-range apparent motion. Science, 299, 417-420. PDF
  • Wang, J.J., Zhou, T.G., Qiu, M.L., Du, A.T., Cai, K., Wang, Z.L., Zhou, C., Meng, M., Zhuo, Y., Fan, S.L., & Chen, L. (1999). Relationship between ventral stream for object vision and dorsal stream for spatial vision: an fMRI + ERP study. Hum Brain Mapp., 8, 170-81. PDF