Principal Investigator








  1. Huang, Z., Niu, Z., & Li, S. (2023). Reactivation-induced memory integration prevents proactive interference in perceptual learning. Journal of Vision, 23(5), 1.
  2. Zhang, Q., Huang, Z., Li, L., & Li, S. (2022) Visual search training benefits from the integrative effect of enhanced covert attention and optimized overt eye movements. Journal of Vision, 22(8):7.
  3. Wen, W., Huang, Z., Hou, Y., & Li, S. (2022) Tracking neural markers of template formation and implementation in attentional inhibition under different distractor consistency. Journal of Neuroscience, 42 (24) 4927-4936.
  4. Huang, Z., & Li, S. (2022). Reactivation of learned reward association reduces retroactive interference from new reward learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 48(2), 213-225.
  5. Jia, K.†, Li, Y.†, Gong, M.†, Huang, H., Wang, Y., & Li, S. (2021). Perceptual learning beyond perception: Mnemonic representation in early visual cortex and intraparietal sulcus. Journal of Neuroscience, 41(20), 4476-4486. (†co-first authors)
  6. Li, Y., Wang, Y., & Li, S. (2019). Recurrent processing of contour integration in the human visual cortex as revealed by fMRI-guided TMS. Cerebral Cortex, 29(1), 17-26.
  7. Jia, K., Xue, X., Lee, J., Fang, F., Zhang, J., & Li, S. (2018). Visual perceptual learning modulates decision network in the human brain: The evidence from psychophysics, modeling, and functional magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Vision, 18(12), 1-19.
  8. Gong, M.†, Jia, K.†, & Li, S. (2017). Perceptual competition promotes suppression of reward salience in behavioral selection and neural representation. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(26), 6242-6252. (†co-first authors)
  9. Li, T., Wang, X., Pan, J., Feng, S., Gong, M., Wu, Y., Li, G., Li, S.*, & Yi, L.* (2017). Reward learning modulates the attentional processing of faces in children with and without autism spectrum disorder: Reward learning in autism. Autism Research, 10(11), 1797-1807. (*co-corresponding authors)
  10. Gong, M., & Li, S. (2014). Learned reward association improves visual working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40(2), 841-856.