Ting-Yu Chang

tchang47@wisc.edu

Research Interests:
My research focuses on the neural processing of three-dimensional (3D) vision. To understand how the brain creates 3D visual representations from the two-dimensional (2D) input provided by the eyes, my present study has two rhesus macaques perform an 8 alternative forced choice (8AFC) 3D orientation discrimination task under different viewing conditions. This allows me to determine how changes in the reliability of visual information across different viewing conditions affect visual perception. While the animal performs the 3D orientation discrimination task, I use electrophysiological and behavioral techniques to systematically evaluate the transformation of 2D visual representations into 3D precepts by recording from V3A and CIP simultaneously.

Lab Webpage:
Rosenberg Lab