*PUBLICATIONS BY TOPICS ***(click
on links below) **

Ř __PERCEPTION__

**1.
**__sensory encoding (receptive
field, tuning, map, etc)__

**2.
**__visual perception (binding, object
segregation, motion, etc)____ __

Ř __DECISION__

1.
__stimulus-response
compatibility (Fitts, Simon, Erikson, Hedge-Marsh, etc)__

2.
“decision” process (sensory-motor locus of neuron,
stimulus/response components in ERP)

Ř __LEARNING __

1.
reinforcement learning (dopamine, TD learning, action
policy, etc)

2.
classification and regularized learning (reproducing kernels,
feature map, etc)

1.
theory-of-mind recursive reasoning (“I think you think I think …”)

2.
game theory (prisoner’s dilemma, meta-game, rationality, etc)

Ř __MATHEMATICAL PSYCHOLOGY
(various topics)__

1.
signal detection theory

2.
individual and social choice

3.
model selection

4.
dynamical system

5.
neural network

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Zhang,
J. and Miller, J.P. (1989). A model for resolution
enhancement (hyperacuity) in sensory representation.
In Touretzky, D. (Ed.) *Advances in Neural Network
Information Processing System. I.* pp.444-450. Morgan-Kaufmann Publishers,
San Mateo, CA.

Zhang,
J. (1990). How to unconfound orientational and directional information in visual
neuron's response. *Biological Cybernetics,* **63**: 135-142.

Zhang,
J. (1990). Dynamical self-organization and formation of
cortical maps. In *Proceedings of International Joint Conference on
Neural Networks, San Diego, 1990*, Vol. III, pp. 487-492.

Zhang,
J. and Miller, J.P. (1991). A mathematical model for hyperacuity in sensory systems. *Biological
Cybernetics*, **64**: 357-364.

Zhang, J.
(1991). Dynamics and formation of self-organizing maps.
*Neural Computation,* **3**: 54-66.

Skottun, B., Zhang, J. and Grosof,
D. (1994). On the direction selectivity of cortical neurons
to drifting dot patterns. *Visual Neuroscience*, **11**:
885-897.

Zhang, J.
(2005). A method to unconfound orientation and
direction tunings in neuronal response to moving bars and gratings. *Journal of Optical Society of *

Zhang, J. and Wu,
S. (1990). Structure of visual perception. *Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA.* **87**: 7819-7823.

Zhang,
J., Yeh, S.-L. and De
Valois, K.K. (1993). Motion contrast and motion integration. *Vision
Research,* **33**: 2721-2732.

Zhang, J. (1994) Image representation using affine covariant
coordinates. In O, Y.-L., Toet, A., Foster,
D., Heijmans, H.J.A.M., and Meer, P. (Eds.) *Shape
in Picture: Mathematical Description of Shape in Grey-Level Images*,
Springer-Verlag, Berlin (pp.353-362).

Zhang,
J. (1995). Motion detectors and motion segregation. *Spatial Vision*, **9**:
261-273.

Zhang, J.
(2005). Object oneness: the essence of the topological approach to
perception. *Visual Cognition, ***12**: 683-690.

Zhou, T., Zhang, J. and Chen, L. (2008). Neural
correlation of “global-first” topological perception: Anterior temporal lobe. *Brain Imaging and Behavior,* **2**: 309-317.

He, L., Zhang, J., Zhou, T. and Chen, L. (2009). Connectedness
affects dot numerosity judgment: implications for configural processing. *Psychonomic** Bulletin and Review,* **16**:
509-517.

Zhang,
H., Kornblum, S. and Zhang, J. (1995). Utilization of stimulus-response and stimulus-stimulus
compatibility principles in machine design. In K. Cox, J. Marsh, and B.
Anderson (Eds.) *Proceedings of the First International Cognitive Technology
Conference,* Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong (pp. 151-157).

Zhang, J. and Kornblum, S. (1997). Distributional
analysis, and De Jong et al.'s (1994) dual process model of the "Simon
effect". *Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and
Performance,* **23**: 1543-1551.

Zhang, H., Zhang,
J. and Kornblum, S. (1999). An
interactive activation model of stimulus-stimulus and stimulus-response
compatibility. *Cognitive Psychology,* **38**: 386-432.

Zhang, J. (2001).
Dimension overlap and S-S and S-R compatibility: A structural model. In L. Chen
and Y. Zhuo (Eds.) *Proceedings of the Third
International Conference on Cognitive Science (ICCS2001)*, Heifei, China: Press of University of Science and
Technology of China. pp 377-381.

Zhang,
J., Riehle, A., Requin, J.
and Kornblum, S. (1997). Dynamics of single
neuron activity in primary motor cortex related to sensorimotor transformation.
*Journal of Neuroscience,* **17**: 2227-2246.

Zhang,
J., Riehle, A. and Requin,
J. (1997). Locus of a neural process in stimulus-response
association tasks. *Journal of Mathematical Psychology*, **41**:
219-236.

Zhang,
J. (1998). Decomposing stimulus and response component waveforms in ERP. *Journal
of Neuroscience Methods*, **80**: 49-63.

Yin, G., Zhang, J., Tian, Y. and Yao,
D-Z. (2009). A
multi-component decomposition algorithm for event-related potentials. *Journal of Neuroscience Methods,*** 178**: 219-227.

Stern,
E., Liu, Y., Gehring, W., Lister, J., Yin, G., Zhang,
J., Fitzgerald, K., Himle, J., Abelson, J., and
Taylor, S. (2010). Chronic medication does not affect hyperactive error
responses in obsessive-compulsive disorder. *Psychophysiology*.
**47**: 913-920.

Park,
J and Zhang, J. (2010). Sensorimotor locus of the buildup
activity in monkey LIP neurons. *Journal of Neurophysiology*. **103**: 2664-2674.

Yin, G. and Zhang J. (2011). On
decomposing stimulus and response waveforms in event-related potentials (ERP)
recordings. *IEEE Transactions on
Biomedical Research, ***58**:
1534-1545.

Zhang,
J. (1999). A game-theoretic analysis of the political
situation across Taiwan Strait. In J. Zhang and Y. Yu (Eds), *Taiwan in the 21 ^{st} Century: the
Mainland Chinese Scholars Looking Ahead*, Global Publishing Co., River Edge,
New Jersey. pp 217-236 (in Chinese with English
summary).

Zhang,
J. (1999). A note on Lefebvre's reflexive function. In V.A. Lefebvre (Ed.) *Proceedings of the Workshop on Multi-Reflexive Models of Agent Behavior*, ARL-SR-64,
U.S. Army Research Lab (pp.109-110).

Hedden, T. and Zhang, J. (2002). What do you
think I think you think? Theory of mind and strategic reasoning
in matrix games. *Cognition*, **85**: 1-36.

Zhang,
J. and Hedden, T. (2003). Two paradigms for depth
of strategic reasoning in games: Response to Colman. *Trends
in Cognitive Sciences*, **7**: 4-5.

Jones, M. and
Zhang, J. (2003). Which is to blame: Instrumental rationality or common
knowledge? Comments to "Cooperation, psychological games
theory, and limitations of rationality in social interaction" by A. Colman.
*Brain and Behavioral Science*, **26**: 166-167.

Jones,
M. and Zhang, J. (2004). Rationality and bounded information in repeated
games, with application to the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma. *Journal of Mathematical Psychology, ***48**: 334-354.

Chavez,
A. and Zhang, J. (2008). Metagame strategies of nation-states, with application to Cross-Strait
relations. In Liu, H.,

Zhang,
J., Hedden, T and Chai, A. (2012). Perspective-taking and depth of theory of mind reasoning in
sequential-move games. *Cognitive Science,*
**36**: 560-573.

Tindell, A.J., Berridge, K.C.,
Zhang, J., Pecińa, S., and Aldridge, J.W. (2005).
Ventral pallidal neurons code incentive motivation:
Effects of mesolimbic activation. *European
Journal of Neuroscience,* **22**:
2617-2634.

Zhang,
J. (2009). Adaptive learning via selectionism
and Bayesianism. Part I: A connection. *Neural Networks,*** 22**:* *220-228*.*

Zhang,
J. (2009). Adaptive learning via selectionism and
Bayesianism Part II: The sequential case. *Neural Networks,*** 22**: 229-236.

Zhang,
J. Tindell, A.J., Berridge, K.C., Zhang, J., and
Aldridge, J.W. (2009). A neural computational model of
incentive salience. *PLoS** Computational Biology,*** 5**:*
1-14.*

Zhang,
H., Xu, Y., and Zhang, J. (2009). Reproducing
kernel Banach spaces for machine learning. *Journal of Machine Learning Research* **10**: 2741-2775.

Zhang,
H. and Zhang, J. (2010). Generalized semi-inner products with application
to regularized learning. *Journal
of Mathematical Analysis and Application.* **372**: 181-196.

Zhang,
H. and Zhang, J. (2011). Frames, Riesz
bases, and sampling expansions in Banach spaces via
semi-inner products. *Applied and
Computational Harmonic Analysis,* **31**:
1-25.

Zhang,
H. and Zhang, J. (2012). Regularized learning in Banach
space as an optimization problem: Representer
theorems. *Journal of
Global Optimization,* **54**: 235-250
(e-print published 11 July 2010).

Zhang,
H. and Zhang, J. (2013). Vector-valued Reproducing Kernel Banach Spaces with applications to multi-task learning. *Journal
of Complexity*, **29**: 195-215.

Zhang,
J. (2004). Divergence function, duality, and convex
analysis. *Neural Computation*, **16**: 159-195.

Zhang,
J. (2004). Dual scaling between comparison and reference
stimuli in multidimensional psychological space. *Journal of Mathematical Psychology, ***48**: 409-424.

Zhang,
J. (2005). Referential duality and representational
duality on statistical manifolds. *Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Information
Geometry and Its Applications*,

Zhang,
J. and Hasto, P. (2006). Statistical manifold as
an affine space: A functional equation approach. *Journal of Mathematical Psychology, ***50:*** *60-65*.*

Zhang,
J. (2006). Referential duality and representational
duality in the scaling of multi-dimensional and infinite-dimensional stimulus
space. In Dzhafarov, E. and Colonius, H. (Eds.) *Measurement
and representation of sensations: Recent progress in psychological theory. *Lawrence
Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ (pp131-157).

Zhang J.
(2007). A note on curvature of a-connections of a statistical manifold. *Annals of the Institute of Statistical
Mathematics, ***59**: 161-170.

Calin, O., Matsuzoe, H., and Zhang, J. (2009). Generalization of conjugate connections. *Proceedings of 9 ^{th} International
Workshop on Complex Structures, Integrability, and
Vector Fields.*

Zhang,
J. and Matsuzuo, H. (2009). Dualistic
differential geometry associated with a convex function. In Gao
D.Y. and Sherali, H.D. (Eds)
Advances in Applied Mathematics and Global Optimization (Dedicated to Gilbert Strang on
the Occasion of His 70^{th} Birthday), *Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics*, Vol. III, Chapter 13, Springer
(pp 437-464).

SIGNAL
DETECTION THEORY

Zhang,
J. and Mueller, S. (2005).
A note on ROC analysis and non-parametric estimation of
sensitivity. *Psychometrika**.* **70**: 203-212.

Mueller,
S. and Zhang, J. (2006). Upper
and lower bounds of area under ROC curves and index of discriminability of
classifier performance. *Proceedings
of ICML2006 Workshop on ROC Analysis in Machine Learning,*

INDIVIDUAL AND
SOCIAL CHOICE

Jones, M., Zhang, J. and Simpson, G. (2003). Aggregation of utility and social
choice: A topological characterization. *Journal
of Mathematical Psychology*, **47**:
545-556.

Zhang,
J. (2004). Binary
choice, subset choice, random utility, and ranking: A unified perspective using
the permutahedron. *Journal of Mathematical Psychology*, **48**: 107-134.

MODEL
SELECTION

DYNAMICAL
SYSTEM

Stevens,
G. and Zhang, J (2009). A dynamic systems model of infant
attachment. *IEEE
Transaction of Autonomous Mental Development*. **1**: 196-207.

NEURAL
NETWORK

Wei, H., Zhang, J., Cousseau, F., Ozeki, T., and Amari, S. (2007).
Dynamics of learning near singularities in layered network.
*Neural Computation,*** 20**:*
*813-843.