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Han Q, Wang Y, Jiang Y*, Bao M*. (2021). The relevance to social interaction modulates bistable biological-motion perception. Cognition,209: 104584.

Dong X*, Du X, Bao M. (2020). Repeated contrast adaptation does not cause habituation of the adapter. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 14:589634.

Lyu L, He S, Jiang Y, Engel SA, Bao M*. (2020). Natural-scene-based Steady-state Visual Evoked Potentials Reveal Effects of Short-term Monocular Deprivation. Neuroscience, 435: 10-21.

Bai J#, He X#, Jiang Y, Zhang T, Bao M*. (2019). Rotating One's Head Modulates the Perceived Velocity of Motion Aftereffect. Multisensory Research, [Epub ahead of print] doi: 10.1163/22134808-20191477. [pdf]

Bao M*, Engel SA. (2019). Augmented reality as a tool for studying visual plasticity:2009 to 2018. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 28(6): 574-580. [pdf]

Dong X*, Bao M*. (2019). Direction selective habituation of motion adaptation. Journal of Vision, 19(4):6, 1C12. [pdf]

Bai J, Bao M*, Zhang T, Jiang Y. (2019). A virtual reality approach identifies flexible inhibition of motion aftereffects induced by head rotation. Behavior Research Methods, 51(1): 96-107. [pdf]

Mei G, Yuan Q, Liu G, Pan Y,Bao M*. (2018). Spontaneous recovery and time course of biological motion adaptation. Vision Research, 149: 40-46. [pdf]

Bao M*, Dong B, Liu L, Engel SA, Jiang Y. (2018). The best of both worlds: Adaptation during natural tasks produces long-lasting plasticity in perceptual ocular dominance. Psychological Science, 29(1): 14-33. [pdf]

Bai J, Dong X, He S, Bao M*. (2017). Monocular deprivation of Fourier phase boosts the deprived eye's dominance during interocular competition but not interocular phase combination. Neuroscience, 352: 122-130. [pdf]

Dong X, Bai J, Bao M*. (2017). Robust size illusion produced by expanding and contracting flow fields. Vision Research, 133: 87-94. [pdf]

Dong B, Holm L, Bao M*. (2017). Cortical mechanisms for afterimage formation: evidence from interocular grouping. Scientific Reports, 7: 41101. [pdf]

Mei G, Dong X, Bao M*. (2017). The timescale of adaptation at early and mid-level stages of visual processing. Journal of Vision, 17(1):1, 1C7. [pdf]

Zhang M#*, Tu J#, Dong B, Chen C, Bao M*. (2017). Preliminary evidence for a role of the personality trait in visual perceptual learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 139: 22-27. (#co-first author). [pdf]

Dong X#, Gao Y#, Lv L, Bao M*. (2016). Habituation of visual adaptation. Scientific Reports, 6: 19152. [pdf]

Mei G#, Dong X#, Dong B, Bao M*. (2015). Spontaneous recovery of effects of contrast adaptation without awareness. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 1464. [pdf]

Haak KV*, Fast E, Bao M, Lee M, Engel SA*. (2014). Four days of visual contrast deprivation reveals limits of neuronal adaptation. Current Biology, 24(21): 2575-79. [pdf]

Dong X, Engel SA, Bao M*. (2014). The time course of contrast adaptation measured with a new method: Detection of ramped contrast. Perception, 43: 427-37. [pdf]

Bao M, Fast E, Mesik J, Engel SA*. (2013). Distinct mechanisms control contrast adaptation over different timescales. Journal of Vision, 13(10): 14, 1-11. [pdf]

Mesik J*, Bao M, Engel SA. (2013). Spontaneous recovery of motion and face aftereffects. Vision Research, 89: 72-8. [pdf]

Bao M, Engel SA*. (2012). Distinct mechanism for long-term contrast adaptation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109(15):5898-903. [pdf]

Bao M, Yang L, Rios C, He B, Engel SA*. (2010). Perceptual learning increases the strength of the earliest signals in visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30:15080-84. [pdf]

Zhang P#, Bao M#, Kwon M, He S, Engel SA*. (2009). Effects of orientation specific visual deprivation measured using altered reality. Current Biology, 19:1956-60. [pdf]

Sun D, Ma N, Bao M, Chen X, Zhang D*. (2008). Computer game: a double-edged sword? CyberPsychology and Behavior, 11(5):545-48. [pdf]

Bao M, Li Z, Zhang D*. (2007).Binding facilitates attention switching within working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 33(5):959-69. [pdf]

Bao M, Li Z, Chen X, Zhang D*. (2006). Backward inhibition in a task of switching attention within verbal working memory. Brain Research Bulletin, 69(2):214-21. [pdf]

Li Z, Bao M, Chen X, Zhang D*, Han S, He S, Hu X. (2006). Attention shift in human verbal working memory: priming contribution and dynamic brain activation. Brain Research, 1078(1):131-42. [pdf]

Sun X#, Zhang X#, Chen X, Zhang P, Bao M, Zhang D*, Chen J, He S, Hu X. (2005). Age-dependent brain activation during forward and backward digit recall revealed by fMRI. Neuroimage, 26(1):36-47. [pdf]