Ladan Shams, Ph.D.


Associate Professor, Psychology
Assistant Professor, Behavioral Neuroscience
Cognitive Psychology
Member, Brain Research Institute
Neuroscience GPB Home Area
Neuroscience IDP
Faculty, Biomedical Engineering IDP

Contact Information

Office Phone Number: 310-206-3630
Office Address: office7445B FHUNITED STATES


Watkins, S, Shams, L, Tanaka, S, et al.   Sound alters activity in human V1 in association with illusory visual perception, NeuroImage , 2006; .
Shams, L, Iwaki, S, Chawla, A, et al.   Early modulation of visual cortex by sound: an MEG study, Neuroscience letters, 2005; 378(2): 76-81.
Shams, L, Ma, WJ, & Beierholm, U.   Sound-induced flash illusion as an optimal percept, Neuroreport, , 2005; 16(17): 1923-7.
Violentyev, A, Shimojo, S, & Shams, L.   Touch-induced visual illusion, Neuroreport, 2005; 16(10): 1107-10.
Shams, L., & von der Malsburg, C.   Acquisition of visual shape primitives, Vision Research, 2002; Vol. 42 (17): 2105-2122.
Shams, L.   Integration in the brain: The subconscious alteration of visual perception by cross-modal integration, Science & Consciousness Review, 2002; October(No. 1 ): .
Bhattacharya, J., Shams, L., S. & Shimojo, S.   Sound-induced illusory flash perception: Role of Gamma band responses, NeuroReport, 2002; Vol. 13: 1727-1730.
Shams, L. & von der Malsburg, C.   The role of complex cells in object recognition, Vision Research, 2002; Vol. 42 (22): 2547-2554.
Shams, L., Kamitani, Y., & Shimojo, S.   Visual illusion induced by sound, Cognitive Brain Research, 2002; Vol. 14: 147-152.
Shams, L., Brady, M. & Schaal, S.   Graph-matching vs. entropy-based methods for object detection, Neural Networks, 2001; 14: 345-354.
Shimojo, S., & Shams, L.   Sensory modalities are not separate modalities: plasticity and interactions, Current Opinion In Neurobiology, 2001; Vol. 11 (114): 505-509.
Shams, L., Kamitani, Y., Thompson, S. & Shimojo, S.   Sound alters visual evoked potentials in humans, NeuroReport, 2001; Vol. 12 (17): 3849-3852.
Shimojo, S., Scheier, C., Shams, L., & Watanabe, K.   Vision beyond visual modality: Auditory effects on visual perception, Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan, Special Issue on Hearing and the Brain, 2001; Vol. 22 (2): .
Shams, L., Kamitani, Y., & Shimojo, S.   What you see is what you hear, Nature, 2000; Vol. 408: 788.
Shams, L., & von der Malsburg, C.   Are Object Shape Primitives Learnable? , NeuroComputing, 1999; Vol. 26-27: 855-863.