Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Hinman Box: HB 6207
- B.A. Yonsei University; M.A. Yonsei University; Ph.D. Harvard University
Areas of Expertise
- Cognitive neuroscience; visual perception and cognition
- Shim, W M, G A Alvarez, T J Vickery, and Y V Jiang, “The number of attentional foci and their precision are dissociated in the posterior parietal cortex,” Cerebral Cortex , 20 (2010) 1341-1349.
- Jiang, Y V, W M Shim, and T Makovski, “Dissecting object complexity from object similarity on visual working memory,” Perception&Psychophysics , 70 (2008) 1581-1591 (equal contribution of all authors).
- Shim, W M, G A Alvarez, and Y V Jiang, “Spatial separation between targets constrains maintenance of attention on multiple objects,” Psychonomic Bulletin&Review , 15 (2008) 390-397.
- Williams, M A, C I Baker, H P Op de Beeck, W M Shim, S Dang, C Triantafyllou, and N Kanwisher, “Feedback of visual object information to foveal retinotopic cortex,” Nature Neuroscience , 11 (2008) 1439-1445.
- Shim, W M, and P Cavanagh, “Attentive tracking shifts the perceived location of a nearby flash,” Vision Research , 45 (2005) 3253-3261.
- Shim, W M, and P Cavanagh, “Illusory displacement of flash location depends on the perceived direction of bistable quartet motion,” Vision Research , 44 (2004) 2393-2401.
- Top-down/feedback processing in vision; Neural representations of dynamic objects; Neural correlates of visual attention and working memory