Prof. Dr. Zhuanghua Shi leads the Multisensory Perception Lab (msense.de) at the Chair of General and Experimental Psychology at LMU, specializing in research on attention, perception, and action. He has a keen interest in how we integrate multisensory senses and how context and probability influence learning, as well as perceptual biases. He employs various methods in his research, including psychophysics, EEG, fMRI, and computational modeling. Additionally, he is affiliated with the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences (GSN/LMU) and Neuroimaging Core Unit Munich (NICUM). His latest research publications are available here.
- Lab: msense.de
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- Orcid ID:0000-0003-2388-6695
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- DFG SH 166/10-1 Influences of uncertainty on context guidance and suppression in context learning (with Siyi Chen, 2022-2025)
- DFG SH 166/6-1 Mechanisms of spatial context learning through touch and vision (with Thomas Geyer, 2019-2022)
- DFG Sino-German collaborative research project SH 166/7-1 Value-induced crossmodal attention (with Hermann J. Müller, Xiaolin Zhou, Lihan Chenm, 2019-2022)
- DFG project SH166/3-1,2: Dynamic prior and contextual calibration (with Stefan Glasauer, 2015-2022)
- DFG project MU 773/16-1,2: Modeling predictive weighting systems in visual search (with Hermann J. Müller, 2015-2022)
- DFG project TO 940/1,2: Adaptive attentional orienting to multisensory events (with Thomas Töllner, 2015-2022)
- Bayerisches Hochschulzentrum für China (ProWA 2015-2016)
- Master Neuro-cognitive Psychology - Psychophysics (WS 23/24)
- Master Neuro-cognitive Psychology - Statistical and Computational Neuroscience (WS 23/24)
Shi, Z. (2013) Dynamic Temporal Processing of Multisensory Information, Habiltation an der Fakultät für Psychologie und Pädagogik der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.