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Jiang Yi
Professor
Tel:  86-10-64879639
Fax:  86-10-64856521
Mailing Address:  Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences 16 Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Email:  yijiang@psych.ac.cn
Website:  http://vision.psych.ac.cn
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2009    Professor, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

Research Interests:
visual perception, attention, and conscious awareness
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Liu, D., Wang, L., Wang, Y., & Jiang, Y. (2016). Conscious access to suppressed threatening information is modulated by working memory. Psychological Science, in press.
Wang, Y., Wang, L., Xu, Q., Liu, D., & Jiang, Y. (2014). Domain-specific genetic influence on visual-ambiguity resolution. Psychological Science, 25(8), 1600-1607.
Zhou, W., Yang, X., Chen, K., Cai, P., He, S., & Jiang, Y. (2014). Chemosensory communication of gender through two human steroids in a sexually dimorphic manner. Current Biology, 24(10), 1091-1095.
Wang, L., Yang, X., Shi, J., & Jiang, Y. (2014). The feet have it: Local biological motion cues trigger reflexive attentional orienting in the brain. NeuroImage, 84(1), 217-224.
Wang, L., & Jiang, Y. (2012). Life motion signals lengthen perceived temporal duration. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(11), E673-E677.
Wang, L., Zhang, K., He, S., & Jiang, Y. (2010). Searching for life motion signals: Visual search asymmetry in local but not global biological motion processing. Psychological Science, 21(8), 1083-1089.
Zhou, W., Jiang, Y., He, S., & Chen, D. (2010). Olfaction modulates visual perception in binocular rivalry. Current Biology, 20(15), 1356-1358.
Shi, J., Weng, X., He, S., & Jiang, Y. (2010). Biological motion cues trigger reflexive attentional orienting. Cognition, 117(3), 348-354.
Jiang, Y., Shannon, R., Vizueta, N., Bernat, E., Patrick, C., & He, S. (2009). Dynamics of processing invisible faces in the brain: Automatic neural encoding of facial expression information. NeuroImage, 44(3), 1171-1177.
Liu, T., Jiang, Y., Sun, X., & He, S. (2009). Reduction of the crowding effect in spatially adjacent but cortically remote visual stimuli. Current Biology, 19(2), 127-132.
Jiang, Y., Zhou, K., & He, S. (2007). Human visual cortex responds to invisible chromatic flicker. Nature Neuroscience, 10(5), 657-662.
Jiang, Y., Costello, P., & He, S. (2007). Processing of invisible stimuli: Advantage of upright faces and recognizable words in overcoming interocular suppression. Psychological Science, 18(4), 349-355.
Jiang, Y., Costello, P., Fang, F., Huang, M., & He, S. (2006). A gender- and sexual orientation- dependent spatial attentional effect of invisible images. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103(45), 17048-17052.
Jiang, Y., & He, S. (2006). Cortical responses to invisible faces: Dissociating subsystems for facial-information processing. Current Biology, 16(20), 2023-2029.

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