Dorita H.F. Chang(張曉楓)
Assistant Professor
Office: Room 6.07, Department of Psychology, HKU
Phone: (852) 3917-2383



My current research projects seek to unravel the intricacies of the human visual system through a combination of behavioural, neuroimaging (fMRI, MEG), brain stimulation (TMS), and eye-movement recording approaches.  Specific research interests include:
*Visual perception*
Stereo; motion and biological motion;  colour; spatial vision
*Perceptual learning and plasticity*
Learning specificity and transfer; cross-modal learning
​*Vision in atypical populations*
Motion perception and visual learning in Autism, Amblyopia, and cortical

Wong, N. H. L., & Chang, D. H. F. Attentional advantages in video-game experts are not related to perceptual tendencies. Scientific Reports. 2018 Apr 3;8(1):5528.

Chang, D. H. F., Ban, H., Ikegaya, Y., Fujita, I., & Troje, N. F. (2018). Cortical and subcortical responses to biological motion. NeuroImage, 174, 87-96.

Chang, D. H. F., Hess, R. F., & Mullen, K . T. (2016).  Color responses and their adaptation in human superior colliculus and lateral geniculate nucleus. NeuroImage, 138, 211-220.

Sun, H.-C., Welchman, A. E., Chang, D. H. F., & Di Luca, M. (2016).  Look but don’t touch:  Visual information about surfaces decoded in somatosensory cortex. NeuroImage, 128, 353-361.

Mullen, K. T., Chang, D. H. F., & Hess, R. F. (2015).  The selectivity of responses to red-green color and achromatic contrast in the human visual cortex: an fMRI study. European Journal of Neuroscience. doi: 10.1111/ejn.13090.

Ban, H., Chang, D. H. F., & Welchman, A.E. (2015). The processing and integration of 3D depth signals in the human visual cortex revealed by fMRI and TMS. Journal of Information and Television Engineers, 69(6), 22-27.