Li Li

Associate Professor of Neural Science and Psychology, Global Network Professor, NYU Shanghai, NYU
Li Li
Associate Professor of Neural Science and Psychology, Global Network Professor, NYU Shanghai, NYU
Email
ll114@nyu.edu
Room
1254

Li Li is an Associate Professor of Neural Science and Psychology, Global Network Professor, NYU Shanghai, NYU.  Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, she was an Associate Professor of Psychology at The University of Hong Kong. She holds a PhD in Cognitive Science from Brown (US), an MA in Cognitive Psychology from Stony Brook University (US), and a BS in Psychology from Peking University (China).

Professor Li’s research interests include human perception and control of self-motion, visuomotor control, eye-hand coordination, and virtual reality. Her work has appeared in Psychological Science, Journal of Neurophysiology, Journal of Vision, and IEEE journals.

Professor Li is an Action Editor for Perception and i-Perception (Sage) and on the Editorial Board of Displays (Elsevier).

Recent Publications

  • Niehorster, D.C., Siu, W.W.F., & Li, L.* (accepted pending minor revision). Manual tracking enhances smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Vision.
  • Field, D.*, Inman, L.A., & Li, L.* (In press). Visual processing of optic flow and motor control in the human posterior cingulate sulcus. Cortex.
  • Li, L.*, & Niehorster, D.C. (2014). Influence of optic flow on the control of heading and target egocentric direction during steering toward a goal. Journal of Neurophysiology,112(4), 766-777.
  • Niehorster, D.C.*, Peli, E., Haun, A., & Li, L.* (2013). Influence of hemianopic visual field loss on visual motor control. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56615. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056615.
  • Li, L.*, & Cheng, J.C.K. (2013). Visual strategies for the control of steering toward a goal. Displays 34, 97-104.
  • Yeung, K.L., & Li, L.* (2013). Effect of the field of view on perceiving world-referenced image motion during concurrent head movements. Displays 34, 165-170.
  • Cheng, J.C.K., & Li, L.* (2012). Effects of reference objects and extra-retinal information about pursuit eye movements on curvilinear path perception from retinal flow. Journal of Vision,12(3):12, 1-21.
  • Li, L.*, & Cheng, J.C.K. (2011). Heading but not path or the tau-equalization strategy is used in the visual control of steering toward a goal. Journal of Vision, 11(12):20, 1-12.
  • Li, L.*, Stone, L.S., & Chen, J. (2011). Influence of optic-flow information beyond the velocity field on the active control of heading. Journal of Vision,11(4):9, 1-16.
  • Li, L.*, & Cheng, J.C.K. (2011). Perceiving path from optic flow. Journal of Vision, 11(1):22, 1-15.

Education

  • Ph.D., Cognitive Science
    Brown, 1999
  • M.A., Cognitive Psychology
    Stony Brook University, 1995
  • B.S., Psychology
    Peking University, 1992

Languages

  • English
  • Chinese