Lanya Tianhao Cai
SUNY Optometry, Graduate Center for Vision Research
Current Position: Graduate Student
Keywords Research Areas: Psychophysics; Motion perception; Binocular suppression; Amblyopia
Research Focus:
  • Central Visual Processing
  • Strabismus, Amblyopia
  • Visual Perception
  • Visual Psychophysics
Clinical Relevance:
  • Amblyopia
  • Strabismus
Synopsis Of Research:

Program of Study: PhD

Start Date of Program: July 2012

Title of Project: Binocular combination in global perception

Mentor: Dr. Benjamin Backus

Current Or Representative Publications:

Cai LT, Huang I, Backus BT. (2014). Monocular cuing does not modify interocular balance for dichoptic global motion perception. Journal of Vision 14(10): 960.

Cai LT, Yuan A, Backus BT. (2013). Motion perception in RDK with signal and noise dots distributed across eyes. Journal of Vision 13(9): 934.


Llerena-Law C, Backus BT, Yuan A, Natanelova O, Steele L, Tseng I, and Cai L. (2013). Use of dichoptic random dot kinematograms to assess amblyopic suppression. Journal of Vision 13(9): 544.

State University of New York Medical Centers & College of Optometry Consortium

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