Baoxia Liu, Ph.D
My Research interest
My main research interests are in visual perception. The differences between the physical world and our mental world have always fascinated me.
I started doing research in this field in 1997 in projects such as the orientation perception of 2D ellipses and the perception of 3D structures from motion and shading. I am now working on the 3D orientation perception of surface patches from stereoscopic disparity.
- Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, Ph.D., Cognitive/Experimental Psychology, Minor in Quantitative Psychology (2002)
- Beijing Normal University,Beijing, China, MA, Cognitive Psychology (1995)
- Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, BA, Psychology (1992)
- Liu, B., Dijkstra, T.M.H. & Oomes, A.H.J. (2002). The beholder's share in the perception of 2D shape orientation. Perception and Psychophysics, 64(8), 1227-1247.
- Liu, B., & Todd, J. T. (2002). The perception of convex and concave surfaces under natural lighting conditions [abstract]. Journal of Vision, 2(7), 86a.
- Liu, B., Dijkstra, T.M.H. & Oomes, A.H.J. (1999). Perception of ellipse orientation. Abstracts of The Psychonomic Society, Vol. 4, 60.