Dr. Adela SY Park

Adela SY Park

Research Fellow

Contact information

+49 6421 28-24025 parks@staff 1 Gutenbergstraße 18
35032 Marburg
G|01 Institutsgebäude (Room: 01005 resp. +1005)

Research interests

  • Motion perception
  • Trans-saccadic integration
  • Saccadic enhancement and perception
  • Perceptual stabilisation and fixational eye movements

Education

  • 2018: Doctor of Philosophy
    “Investigating the functional influence of perceptual stabilisation mechanisms of small eye movements”
    Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • 2013: Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Clinical Optometry
    Specialisations: Low Vision, Paediatric Optometry, Contact Lenses, Neuro-optometry
    Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • 2011-2012: Clinical Residency
    Australian College of Optometry, Australia
  • 2010: Bachelor of Optometry (Hons)
    Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences,
    Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Publications

  • Park A.S., Bedggood P.A., Metha A.B., Anderson A.J. (2019). “The influence of perceptual stabilisation on perceptual grouping of temporally asynchronous stimuli”. Vision Research. 160: 1-9
  • Park A.S., Metha A.B., Bedggood P.A., Anderson A.J. (2019). “The influence of retinal image motion on the perceptual grouping of temporally asynchronous stimuli”. Journal of Vision. 19(2).
  • Park A.S., Bedggood P.A., Metha A.B., Anderson A.J. (2017). “The allocation of motion in the absence of perceptual stabilization of small eye movements is primarily influenced by spatial configuration”. Vision Research. 137: 50-60.
  • Li J.C., Wong K., Park A.S., Fricke T.R., Jackson J. (2015). “The challenges of providing eye care for adults with intellectual disabilities”. Clinical and Experimental Optometry. 98(5): 420-429.

Seminar and conference proceedings

(*oral presentation, ** invited talk)

  • Park A.S., Metha A.B., Bedggood P.A., Anderson A.J. (2018) “Does retinal image motion arising from smooth pursuit eye movements systematically influence temporal perceptual grouping?” ECVP 2018 – 41st European Conference on Vision Perception. Trieste, Italy
  • Park A.S., Metha A.B., Bedggood P.A., Anderson A.J. (2018) “Does the visual system’s perceptual stabilisation of small eye movements affect visual performance?” VSS 2018 – Vision Sciences Society Meeting. Florida, USA.
  • ** Park A.S. (Sep 2017) “Perceptual stabilisation of small eye movements: what gets stabilized, and does it matter?” Department of Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, Universität Hamburg. Hamburg, Germany
  • Park A.S., Metha A.B., Bedggood P.A., Anderson A.J. (2017) “The allocation of motion in the absence of perceptual stabilisation of small eye movements is primarily influenced by spatial configuration”. ECVP 2017 – 40th European Conference on Visual Perception. Berlin, Germany
  • * Park A.S., Wolffsohn J.S., Bailey I.L., Jackson J. (2014) “How visual acuity results are reported in optometric journals”. Vision2014 – 11th International Conference on Low Vision. Melbourne, Australia
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