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李峙

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单位:心理与行为科学系
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个人简介

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李峙 浙江大学百人计划特聘研究员,博士生导师


实验室地址:浙江大学西溪校区,心理与行为科学系503室
电子邮箱:zli1@zju.edu.cn
个人主页:http://person.zju.edu.cn/zhi
微信公众号:VR心潮(mindinVR)

教育经历
2000年7月,毕业于西南交通大学,获计算机应用专业学士学位
2007年7月,毕业于中国科学院上海生命科学研究院,获神经生物学专业博士学位

职业经历
2007年10月至2008年10月,任University of Louisville(美国)心理学专业博士后
2008年10月至2015年05月,任Swarthmore College(美国)心理学专业博士后
2015年08月至今,任浙江大学心理与行为科学系百人计划特聘研究员(博导)

研究兴趣
致力于将最新的计算机技术应用于脑与认知科学的研究。已开展的研究项目包括:使用行为学实验结合虚拟现实技术研究视觉空间感知;使用行为学实验结合运动追踪技术研究空间感知与运动行为的相互作用;使用虚拟现实技术研究视觉注意与空间记忆;使用行为学实验方法研究视觉注意与视觉记忆的相互影响;探索基于虚拟现实技术的情绪调节方法;探索虚拟现实场景中晕动症的成因与缓解方法。

招生要求
对脑与认知科学有强烈的好奇心、有学习掌握新技术的欲望、有很强的自学能力与良好的英语阅读写作能力、有出色的计算机编程能力(如熟悉C,C++,Matlab Psychtoolbox等)。有虚拟现实编程经验就更好。欢迎感兴趣的同学来我实验室参观。同时也欢迎心理学、计算机科学及其它相关专业对我的研究项目感兴趣的本科生同学来参与我的研究。

 

科研项目
空间感知偏差反映的视觉感知与运动控制间相互作用机制的研究(编号:31671129),国家自然科学基金,2017-2020;

发表论文

Cai, Y., Wang, C., Song, C., & Li, Z*. (in press). Connectedness underlies the underestimation of the horizontal vertical illusion in L-shaped configurations. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-10.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2016). Perceived azimuth direction is exaggerated: Converging evidence from explicit and implicit measures. Journal of vision, 16(1):4, 1-19.

Klein, B. J., Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2016). Large perceptual distortions of locomotor action space occur in ground-based coordinates: Angular expansion and the large-scale horizontal-vertical illusion. Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance, 42(4), 581.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2013). Depth compression based on mis-scaling of binocular disparity may contribute to angular expansion in perceived optical slant. Journal of Vision, 13(12): 3, 1-18

Li, Z., Sun, E., Strawser, C. J., Spiegel, A., Klein, B., & Durgin, F. H. (2013). On the anisotropy of perceived ground extents and the interpretation of walked distance as a measure of perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39(2), 477-493.

Stigliani, A., Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2013). Humans have precise knowledge of familiar geographical slants. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39(6), 1966-1973.

Durgin, F. H., Leonard-Solis, K., Masters, O., Schmelz, B., & Li, Z. (2012). Expert performance by athletes in the verbal estimation of spatial extents does not alter their perceptual metric of space. i-Perception, 3(5), 357-367.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2012). A comparison of two theories of perceived distance on the ground plane: The angular expansion hypothesis and the intrinsic bias hypothesis. i-Perception, 3(5), 368-383.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2012). Manual matching of perceived surface orientation is affected by arm posture: Evidence of calibration between proprioception and visual experience in near space. Experimental brain research, 216(2), 299-309.

Li, Z., Phillips, J., & Durgin, F. H. (2011). The underestimation of egocentric distance: Evidence from frontal matching tasks. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 73(7), 2205-2217.

Durgin, F. H., DeWald, D., Lechich, S., Li, Z., & Ontiveros, Z. (2011). Action and motivation: Measuring perception or strategies?. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 18(6), 1077-1082.

Durgin, F. H., & Li, Z. (2011). The perception of 2D orientation is categorically biased. Journal of vision, 11(8): 13, 1-10.

Durgin, F. H., & Li, Z. (2011). Perceptual scale expansion: An efficient angular coding strategy for locomotor space. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 73(6), 1856-1870.

Durgin, F. H., Hajnal, A., Li, Z., Tonge, N., & Stigliani, A. (2011). An imputed dissociation might be an artifact: Further evidence for the generalizability of the observations of Durgin et al. 2010. Acta psychologica, 138(2), 281-284.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2011). Design, data, and theory regarding a digital hand inclinometer: a portable device for studying slant perception. Behavior research methods, 43(2), 363-371.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2010). Perceived slant of binocularly viewed large-scale surfaces: A common model from explicit and implicit measures. Journal of Vision, 10(14): 13, 1-16.

Durgin, F. H., & Li, Z. (2010). Controlled interaction: Strategies for using virtual reality to study perception. Behavior Research Methods, 42(2), 414-420.

Durgin, F. H., Li, Z., & Hajnal, A. (2010). Slant perception in near space is categorically biased: Evidence for a vertical tendency. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72(7), 1875-1889.

Durgin, F. H., Hajnal, A., Li, Z., Tonge, N., & Stigliani, A. (2010). Palm boards are not action measures: An alternative to the two-systems theory of geographical slant perception. Acta psychologica, 134(2), 182-197.

Li, Z., & Durgin, F. H. (2009). Downhill slopes look shallower from the edge. Journal of Vision, 9(11): 6, 1-15.

Li, Z., Liang, P., & Sun, F. (2006). Properties of pupillary responses to dynamic random-dot stereograms. Experimental brain research, 168(3), 436-440.

Li, Z., & Sun, F. (2005). Pupillary response induced by stereoscopic stimuli. Experimental brain research, 160(3), 394-397.

 

联系方式

电子信箱:zli1@zju.edu.cn