Shenbing Kuang


Shenbing Kuang is an Associate Professor of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). His research seeks to understand the neural mechanisms underlying visual perception and action in the brains of monkeys and humans. He addresses these issues using a wide range of techniques including neurophysiology, psychophysics, eye tracking, hand tracking, and computational models.

Eye/hand movement, Motion perception, Attention, Motor cognition


Neuroscience Psychiatry & Psychology

Work details

Associate Professor

Institute of Psychology, CAS
Cognitive Neuroscience

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