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Profiles

Education

  • Ph.D., BioPsychology, The University of Chicago
  • M.A., Psychology, The Seoul National University
  • B.A., Psychology, The Seoul National University

Appointments

  • Professor, Head, Department of Humanities & Social Sciences, KAIST, current
  • Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST, current
  • PostDoctoral Fellow, Wilmer Eye Institute, The Johns Hopkins University
  • Research Fellow, Institute of Psychological Science, The Seoul National University
  • Research Professor, Center for Artificial Vision, Korea University
  • Research Fellow, Institute of Cognitive Science, Yonsei University

Research

  • human vision (form, face, motion, stereopsis), attention, cognitive processes and behavior, eye movement

E-mail: miru@kaist.ac.kr

Office: 042-350-4628

Address: KAIST, 291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-701, Republic of Korea

Publications

  • J. Kim & H. R. Wilson (1993). Dependence of plaid motion coherence on component grating directions, Vision Research, 33, 2479-2489.  1993VR.pdf
  • H. R. Wilson & J. Kim (1994). Perceived motion in the vector sum direction, Vision Research, 34, 1835-1842. 1994VR.pdf
  • H. R. Wilson & J. Kim (1994). A model for two-dimensional motion perception: coherence and transparency, Visual Neuroscience, 11, 1205-1220. 1994VNS.pdf
  • J. Kim & H. R. Wilson (1996). Direction repulsion between components in motion transparency, Vision Research, 36, 1177-1187. 1996VR.pdf
  • J. Kim & H. R. Wilson (1997). Motion integration over space: interaction of the center and surround motion, Vision Research, 37, 991-1005. 1997VR.pdf
  • J. Kim (1997). Nonlinearity in visual information processing, Psychological Science, 6, 95-108. (in Korean)
  • H. R. Wilson & J. Kim (1998). Dynamics of a divisive gain control in human vision, Vision Research, 38, 2735-2742. 1998VR.pdf
  • J. Kim & K. A. Turano (1999). Optimal spatial frequencies for discrimination of motion direction in optic flow patterns, Vision Research, 39, 3175-3185. 1999VR.pdf
  • J. Kim, J.-H. Nam, & C.-S. Chung (1999). 3D motion aftereffect in a static region after adaptation to an adjacent counterphase flickering region, Korean Journal of Cognitive Science, 10, 29-37. (in Korean)
  • C.-Y. Oh, C,-S. Chung, & J. Kim (1999). Perception of heading direction in dynamic random-dot and real-image motions, Korean Journal of Cognitive Science, 10, 67-75. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim & J.-O. Kim (2000). Effects of spatial attention on visual motion information processing, The Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 12, 1-13. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim (2001). Nonlinear contribution of chromatic information to identifying an object motion, The Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 13, 173-192. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim (2002). Dynamics of face categorization, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2525, 511-518. 2002LNCS.pdf
  • J. Kim & J. Park (2002). Phenomenology of attention in a selective response task, The Korean Journal of Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, 14, 61-71. (in Korean)
  • J. Park & J. Kim (2003). The effect of distractors upon the conscious representation of the target property, The Korean Journal of Experimental Psychology, 15, 539-548. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim & C. Kim (2003). The radial frequency information in the underlying brain mechanisms of the face recognition, The Korean Journal of Experimental Psychology, 15, 561-577. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim & C. Kim (2004). Selective activation of human brain areas to global contour-local feature information in face recognition: and fMRI study, The Korean Journal of Experimental Psychology, 16, 337-352. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim, C. Kim, H. Jeon, & S.-S. Moon (2005). Face and object recognition by an expert learning process, The Korean Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17, 343-362. (in Korean)
  • J. Kim & C. Kim (2007). Hysteresis and BOLD change in face categorization, The Korean Journal of Experimental Psychology, 19, 39-51. (in Korean)
  • A. Buckthought, J. Kim, & H. R. Wilson (2008). Hysteresis effects in stereopsis and binocular rivalry, Vision Research, 48, 819-830. 2008VR.pdf
  • J. Kim & J.-A. Woo (2009). Analyzing Korean modern paintings by image-processing technology: cases of Park Sugeun and Lee Jungseop, Journal of Korean Modern & Contemporary Art History, 20, 156-175. (in Korean)

  • C. Kim, C. Chung, & J. Kim (2010). Multiple cognitive control mechanisms associated with the nature of conflict, Neuroscience Letters, 476, 156-160. 2010NSL.pdf

  • C. Kim, J. K. Kroger, & J. Kim (2011). A functional dissociation of conflict processing within anterior cingulated cortex, Human Brain Mapping, 32, 304-312. 2011HBM.pdf

  • C. Kim, C. Chung, & J. Kim (2012). Conflict adjustment through domain-specific multiple cognitive control mechanisms, Brain Research, 1444, 55-64. 2012BR.pdf
  • C. Kim, C. Chung, & J. Kim (2013). Task-dependent response conflict monitoring and cognitive control in anterior cingulate and dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. Brain Research, 1537, 216-223. 2013BR.pdf

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