Jason Chan
Jason Chan
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Intramodal perceptual grouping modulates multisensory integration: evidence from the crossmodal dynamic capture task
D Sanabria, S Soto-Faraco, J Chan, C Spence
Neuroscience Letters 377 (1), 59-64, 2005
Cross-cultural color-odor associations
CA Levitan, J Ren, AT Woods, S Boesveldt, JS Chan, KJ McKenzie, ...
PloS one 9 (7), e101651, 2014
Auditory spatial attention assessed in a flanker interference task
JS Chan, K Merrifield, C Spence
Acta acustica united with acustica 91 (3), 554-563, 2005
Behavioral evidence for task-dependent “what” versus “where” processing within and across modalities
JS Chan, FN Newell
Perception & Psychophysics 70 (1), 36-49, 2008
When does visual perceptual grouping affect multisensory integration?
D Sanabria, S Soto-Faraco, JS Chan, C Spence
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 4 (2), 218-229, 2004
Expanded Temporal Binding Windows in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment.
JS Chan, J Kaiser, M Brandl, S Matura, D Prvulovic, MJ Hogan, ...
Current Alzheimer Research 12 (1), 61-68, 2015
Familiarity of objects affects susceptibility to the sound-induced flash illusion
A Setti, JS Chan
Neuroscience letters 492 (1), 19-22, 2011
Temporal integration of multisensory stimuli in autism spectrum disorder: a predictive coding perspective
JS Chan, A Langer, J Kaiser
Journal of Neural Transmission 123 (8), 917-923, 2016
The number of stimulus-onset asynchronies affects the perception of the sound-induced flash illusion in young and older adults
JS Chan, SK Connolly, A Setti
Multisensory research 31 (3-4), 175-190, 2018
The virtual haptic display: A device for exploring 2-D virtual shapes in the tactile modality
JS Chan, T Maucher, J Schemmel, D Kilroy, FN Newell, K Meier
Behavior research methods 39 (4), 802-810, 2007
Explaining autism spectrum disorders: central coherence versus predictive coding theories.
JS Chan, MJ Naumer
Journal of Neurophysiology, jn. 00242.2014, 2014
Synaesthesia or vivid imagery? A single case fMRI study of visually induced olfactory perception
JS Chan, JJF van den Bosch, S Theves, S Hardt, P Pflanz, J Lötsch, ...
Multisensory Research 27 (3-4), 225-246, 2014
Evidence for crossmodal interactions across depth on target localisation performance in a spatial array
JS Chan, C Maguinness, D Lisiecka, A Setti, FN Newell
Perception 41 (7), 757-773, 2012
Comparing audiovisual distance perception in various' real'and'virtual'environments
JS Chan, D Lisiecka, C Ennis, C OSullivan, FN Newell
Perception ECVP abstract 38, 30-30, 2009
Behavioral evidence for task-dependent
JS Chan, FN Newell
Predictive coding over the lifespan: Increased reliance on perceptual priors in older adults–a magnetoencephalography and dynamic causal modelling study
JS Chan, M Wibral, P Wollstadt, C Stawowsky, M Brandl, S Helbling, ...
bioRxiv, 178095, 2017
Static images of novel, moveable objects learned through touch activate visual area hMT+
JS Chan, C Simões-Franklin, H Garavan, FN Newell
NeuroImage 49 (2), 1708-1716, 2010
Improving audio-visual temporal perception through training enhances beta-band activity
S Theves, JS Chan, MJ Naumer, J Kaiser
NeuroImage 206, 116312, 2020
Synaesthesia or vivid imagery? A single case fMRI study of visually induced olfactory perception. Multisensory Research, 27 (3-4), 225–246
JS Chan, JJF van den Bosch, S Theves, S Hardt, P Pflanz, J Lötsch, ...
'Change deafness': an auditory analogue of visual'change blindness'?
JS Chan
University of Oxford, 2004
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