Publications

Note: Preprints are not peer-reviewed. Co-first authorships are denoted with *.

  1. Seung Hyun Min, Ling Gong, Alex S. Baldwin, Alexandre Reynaud, Zhifen He, Jiawei Zhou, Robert F. Hess. Some Psychophysical Tasks Measure Ocular Dominance Plasticity More Reliably Than Others. Journal of Vision, 21(8):20, 1-23. pdf

  2. Shijia Chen*, Seung Hyun Min*, Yue Xiong, Xi Yu, Lili Wei, Yu Mao, Robert F. Hess, Jiawei Zhou. Binocular Visual Deficits at Mid to High Spatial Frequency in Treated Amblyopes. iScience 24, 102727. *co-first authors* pdf

  3. Seung Hyun Min*, Shijia Chen*, Jinling Xu, Bingzhen Chen,Hui Chen, Yuwen Wang, Jiawei Zhou, Xudong Yu. A Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Eyetronix Flicker Glass and Patching for Treatment of Amblyopia in Children Reveals Similar Improvements in Vision (2021). Frontiers in Neuroscience, 15:622729. *co-first authors* pdf

  4. Yidong Wu, Meiping Xu, Junxiao Zhang, Jinjing Zhou, Minghui Wan, Zhiyue Dai, Tingting Peng, Seung Hyun Min, Fang Hou, Jiawei Zhou and Xinping Yu (2020). Can clinical measures of postoperative binocular function predict the long-term stability of postoperative alignment in intermittent exotropia? Journal of Ophthalmology.vol. 2020, 7392165. pdf

  5. Ling Gong*, Seung Hyun Min*, Shijia Chen, Junhan Wei, Deying Kong, Chunwen Tao, Peng Zhang, Pi-Chun Huang, Jiawei Zhou (2020). Reduced monocular luminance increases monocular temporal synchrony threshold in human adults. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 2020;61(8):1. *co-first authors. pdf

  6. Yu Mao*, Seung Hyun Min*, Shijia Chen, Ling Gong, Hao Chen, Robert F. Hess, Jiawei Zhou (2020). Binocular imbalance in amblyopia depends on spatial frequency in binocular combination. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 2020;61(8):7. *co-first authors. pdf

  7. Xiaoxin Chen, Shijia Chen, Deying Kong, Junhan Wei, Yu Mao, Wenman Lin, Yiya Chen, Zhimo Yao, Seung Hyun Min, Fan Lu, Jia Qu, Robert F. Hess, Jiawei Zhou (2020). Action video gaming does not influence short-term ocular dominance plasticity in visually normal adults. eNeuro. pdf

  8. Yiya Chen*, Seung Hyun Min*, Ziyun Cheng, Shijia Chen, Zili Wang, Chunwen Tao, Fan Lu, Jia Qu, Pi-Chun Huang, Robert Hess, Jiawei Zhou (2020). Short-term deprivation does not influence monocular or dichoptic temporal synchrony at low temporal frequency. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 14:402. *co-first authors. pdf

  9. Seung Hyun Min, Alexandre Reynaud, Robert F. Hess (2020). Interocular differences in spatial frequency influence the Pulfrich effect. Vision, 4(1), 20. pdf

  10. Seung Hyun Min, Alex S. Baldwin, Robert F. Hess (2019). Ocular dominance plasticity: A binocular combination task finds no cumulative effect with repeated patching. Vision Research, 161, 36-42. pdf

  11. Martha Lopez-Canul*, Seung Hyun Min*, Luca Posa, Danilo De Gregorio, Gilberto Spadoni, Gabriella Gobbi, Stefano Comai (2019). Melatonin MT1 and MT2 receptors exhibit distinct effects in the modulation of body temperature across the light/dark cycle. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 20(10), 2452. *co-first authors. pdf

  12. Seung Hyun Min, Alex S. Baldwin, Alexandre Reynaud, Robert F. Hess (2018). The shift in ocular dominance from short-term monocular deprivation exhibits no dependence on duration of deprivation. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 17083. pdf