Multisensory Lab

    Dr. Lihan Chen

  • Room: 1603
    Wang Kezhen Building, 52 HaiDian Road
    HaiDian District, Beijing, China
  • School of Psychological and cognitive sciences, Peking University
  • Phone: +86 (0) 10 / 62760057
  • Email: [email protected]

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Research/Conference News

Recent Research Projects



Conference Abstracts

  1. Chen, L.,Shi,Z.,Müller,H.J.,Zhou,X.(2016) Geometric mean of auditory intervals assimilates visual apparent motion.17th International Multisensory Research Forum,Suzhou,China.
  2. Chen, L., Ai, F., Meng, X., Xie, W. (2014) Synaesthetic congruency modulates temporal ventriloquism effect in dyslexia. 15th International Multisensory Research Forum, The Netherlands, Amsterdam.
  3. Chen, L., Wang, X, Yao, L.,& Zhou, X. (2013). Cognitive style predicts the perception of visual apparent motion, Vision Science Society, USA, Naples, Florida.
  4. Yiltiz, H. & Chen, L. (2013) Tactile inputs resolve the ambiguous perception of biological point light walkers, Vision Science Society, USA, Naples, Florida.
  5. Chen, L,& Zhou, X.(2013). Fast transfer of cross-modal interval training needs attentional engagement. 14th International Multisensory Research Forum, Israel, Jerusalem.
  6. Chen, L., Zhang,H.,& Zhou, X.(2012). Adaptation to temporal interval modulates the perception of visual apparent motion, Vision Science Society, USA, Naples, Florida.
  7. Zhou, X., Chen, L.,& Chen,X.(2011). Irregular sound rhythm magnifies the temporal sequential effect in audiovisual temporal ventriloquism. Vision Science Society, USA, Naples, Florida.
  8. Zhang, H., Chen, L. , & Zhou, X.(2011). Selective adaptation for temporal information: Evidence from the classification of visual Ternus apparent motion. 12th International Multisensory Research Forum, Japan, Fukuoka.
  9. Chen, L.,& Zhou, X.(2010). Audiovisual syensthetic correspondence modulates visual apparent motion,11th International Multisensory Research Forum, UK, Liverpool.
  10. Chen, L., Shi, Z.,& Müller, H. J. (2009). Asymmetric crossmodal interaction and priming effects in Ternus illusion. ECVP 2009, Regensburg, Germany, Perception, 38 European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) Abstract Supplement, page, 142.
  11. Zou H, Shi Z, Chen L, Rank M, Hirche S, & Müller H (2009). Effects of visual signal dropout and latency on temporal discrimination of visual - haptic collision. Perception, 38 ECVP Abstract Supplement, page 143.
  12. Shi, Z., Chen, L., & Müller, H. J. (2009). Auditory capture on the visual Ternus effect: the influence of subjective inter-sound interval, 10th International Multisensory Research Forum, New York.
  13. Chen, L., Shi, Z., & Müller, H. J. (2008). Auditory modulation of visual Ternus effect. Second International Symposium on Visual Search and Selective Attention, Murten, Switzerland.
  14. Chen, L. Shi. Z., Müller, H. J. , & Zhang, Z. (2008). Temporal cross modal capture of audition and tactile apparent motion, 29th International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.