Principal Investigator

Huan Luo
Cognitive Neuroscience

phone:
address: Department of Psychology, Peking University, 5 Yiheyuan Road, Haidian, Beijing, 100871, China
email: huan.luo@pku.edu.cn

Huan Luo,Professor

 

Research Interests:

My lab is interested in exploring temporal dynamics in cognitive behaviors and neuronal activities, by employing and combining various time-resolved approaches (behavioral measurements, MEG, EEG, etc.). Recent topics under investigation include: (1) temporal dynamics in visual/auditory processing, perception, attention, learning and memory; (2) Neuronal oscillation mechanism.


Selected Publications:

* 通讯作者

Jia, J., Liu, L., Fang, F., Luo, H.* (2017) Rhythmic sampling of visual objects during sustained attention. PLoS Biology 15(6): e2001903.

Song, K.*, Luo, H.* (2017) Temporal organization of sound information in auditory memory. Frontiers in Psychology 8:999.

Wang, Y., Luo, H.* (2017) Behavioral oscillation in face priming: Prediction about face identity is updated at a theta-band rhythm. Progress in Brain Research (special volume on ‘Temporal sampling and representation updating’), in press.

Huang, Y., Chen, L., Luo, H.* (2015) Behavioral oscillation in priming: competing perceptual predictions conveyed in alternating theta-band rhythms. Journal of Neuroscience 35(6): 2830-2837.

Song, K., Meng, M., Chen, L., Zhou, K.*, Luo, H.* (2014) Behavioral oscillations in attention: rhythmic alpha pulses mediated through theta band. Journal of Neuroscience 34(14): 4837-4844.

Luo, H.*, Tian, X., Zhou, K., Song, K., Poeppel, D. (2013) Neural response phase tracks how listeners learn new acoustic representations. Current Biology 23(11): 968-974.

Luo, H.*, Poeppel, D.* (2012) Cortical oscillations in auditory perception and speech: evidence for two temporal windows in human auditory cortex. Frontiers in Psychology (3).

Zuo, Z., Luo, H.*, Zhou K.* (2012) The role of topological invariants in motion-induced blindness. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics.

Luo, H.*, Liu, Z., Poeppel, D.* (2010) Auditory cortex tracks both auditory and visual stimulus dynamics using low-frequency neuronal phase modulation. PLoS Biology 8(8).

Zhou, K.*, Luo, H., Zhou T., Zhuo Y., Chen L. Topological change disturbs objects continuity in attentive tracking. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(50):21920-21924.

Luo, H.*, Wang, Y., Poeppel, D., Simon, J.Z. (2007) Concurrent encoding of frequency and amplitude modulation in human auditory cortex: an encoding transition. Journal of Neurophysiology 98: 2473-3485.

Luo, H., Poeppel, D.* (2007) Phase patterns of neuronal responses reliably discriminate speech in human auditory cortex. Neuron 54(6): 1001-1010.

Luo, H.*, Boemio, A., Gordon, M., Poeppel, D.(2007)Perception of FM sweeps by Chinese and English listeners. Hearing Research 224: 75-83.

Luo, H.*, Wang, Y., Poeppel, D., Simon, J.Z.(2006)Concurrent encoding of frequency and amplitude modulation in human auditory cortex: MEG evidence. Journal of Neurophysiology 96(5): 712-723.

Luo, H.*, Husain, F., Horwitz, B., Poeppel, D.(2005)Discrimination and categorization of speech and non-speech sounds in an MEG delayed -match-to-sample study. NeuroImage 28(1): 59-71.

 

Lab Website:

http://www.psy.pku.edu.cn/faculty.php?fid=51