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Zhi Li, Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Psychology)

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Li, Z., E. Sun, C.J. Strawser*, A. Spiegel*, B. Klein*, and F.H. Durgin. 2013. On the Anisotropy of Perceived Ground Extents and the Interpretation of Walked Distance as a Measure of Perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2): 477-493.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2012. Angular Scale Expansion and the Perception of Action Space. Cognitive Processing 13 (Suppl. 1): S25.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2012. Manual Matching of Perceived Surface Orientation is Affected by Arm Posture: Evidence of Calibration Between Proprioception and Visual Experience in Near Space. Experimental Brain Research 216 (2): 299-309.
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Durgin, F.H., D. DeWald*, S. Lechich*, Z. Li, and Z. Ontiveros*. 2011. Action and Motivation: Measuring Perception or Strategies?. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 18 (6): 1077-1082.
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Durgin, F.H., A. Hajnal, Z. Li, N. Tonge, and A. Stigliani. 2011. An Imputed Dissociation might be an Artifact: Further Evidence for the Generalizability of the Observations of Durgin, et al., 2010. Acta psychologica 138 (2): 281-284.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2011. Design, Data, and Theory Regarding a Digital Hand Inclinometer: A Portable Device for Studying Slant Perception. Behavior Research Methods 43 (2): 363-371.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2011. Perceptual Scale Expansion: An Efficient Angular Coding Strategy for Locomotor Space. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 73 (6): 1856-1870.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2011. The Perception of 2D Orientation is Categorically Biased. Journal of Vision 11 (8): 10.
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Li, Z., J. Phillips, and F.H. Durgin. 2011. The Underestimation of Egocentric Distance: Evidence from Frontal Matching Tasks. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 73 (7): 2205-2217.
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Durgin, F.H., A. Hajnal, Z. Li, N. Tonge*, and A. Stigliani*. 2010. alm Boards are not Action Measures: An Alternative to the Two-Systems Theory of Geographical Slant Perception. Acta psychologica 134 (2): 182-197.
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Durgin, F.H., and Z. Li. 2010. Controlled Interaction: Strategies for Using Virtual Reality to Study Perception. Behavior Research Methods 42 (2): 414-420.
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Li, Z., and F.H. Durgin. 2010. Perceived Slant of Binocularly Viewed Large-Scale Surfaces: A Common Model from Explicit and Implicit Measures. Journal of Vision 10 (14): 16.
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Durgin, F.H., Z. Li, and A. Hajnal. 2010. Slant Perception in Near Space is Categorically Biased: Evidence for a Vertical Tendency. Attention Perception and Psychophysics 72 (7): 1875-1889.
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