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====== Jie Huang ====== ====== Jie Huang ======
-==== Postdoctoral Associate, Rosenholtz Lab ====+==== Postdoctoral Associate ====
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Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences \\ Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences \\
43 Vassar Street \\ 43 Vassar Street \\
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MIT, 46-4115 \\ MIT, 46-4115 \\
Cambridge, MA 02139\\ Cambridge, MA 02139\\
-webpage: http://web.mit.edu/jiehuang/www/Home.html\\ 
-email: jiehuang at mit dot edu\\ 
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 +Email: jiehuang at mit dot edu\\
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Jie is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Perceptual Science Group @ MIT, working with Dr Ruth Rosenholtz. Her present work investigates peripheral vision and the related perceptual and cognitive functions, e.g. visual search, crowding, attentional allocation and visual-short memory. Jie is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Perceptual Science Group @ MIT, working with Dr Ruth Rosenholtz. Her present work investigates peripheral vision and the related perceptual and cognitive functions, e.g. visual search, crowding, attentional allocation and visual-short memory.
-She received my PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience in 2010 from Brandeis University. She worked with Dr Robert Sekuler in Vision Lab and studied visual short-term memory and visual attention. She utilized both behavioral, computational modeling and electrophysiological techniques to assess the fidelity of visual short-term memory for stimuli as simple as Gabor patches, as well as more complex stimuli such as synthetic faces and unfamiliar Mandarin names.+She received my PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience in 2010 from Brandeis University, where she studied visual short-term memory and visual attention. She utilized both behavioral, computational modeling and electrophysiological techniques to assess the fidelity of visual short-term memory for stimuli as simple as Gabor patches, as well as more complex stimuli such as synthetic faces and unfamiliar Mandarin names.
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