姓  名:
魏坤琳
职  称:
教授 博导
研究领域:
运动控制 感知运动融合 计量神经科学 生物力学分析 运动能力康复
通信地址:
北京大学王克桢楼 100080
电子邮件:
wei.kunlin AT pku.edu.cn
个人主页:
http://www.psy.pku.edu.cn/weikunlin/

北京大学心理与认知科学学院教授, 博导。于2000年在北京体育大学获得生物力学的学士学位,2002年和2003在美国宾夕法尼亚州立大学获得运动控制和电子工程的硕士学位,2007年在宾夕法尼亚州立大学获运动控制的博士学位。2007年至2009年在美国西北大学和芝加哥康复医院进行博士后研究。2009年加入北大心理学系。2013年获教育部新世纪人才计划支持。2014年开始兼任清华-北大联合生命科学中心中心外博导。

主要的研究方向包括:神经运动控制、运动学习、虚拟现实、人体运动生物力学分析、运动康复。主要的研究手段包括行为学实验(心理物理学实验、虚拟现实技术、全身运动测量)及脑成像技术等。在 Current Biology, Journal of Neuroscience等杂志发表过高水平论文。

感知运动控制的神经机制,包括感知运动融合和多通道信息整合

与运动相关的学习、记忆和泛化

机器学习方法研究感知运动及建模

虚拟现实的神经和认知机制

生物力学的测量和分析

工程心理学

英文论著

Kong G, He K., & Wei K.* (2017) Sensorimotor experience in virtual reality enhances sense of agency associated with an avatar, Consciousness and Cognition, 52: 115-124.

Kong, G., Zhou, Z., Wang, Q., Kording, K., & Wei, K.* (2017). Credit assignment between body and object probed by an object transportation task. Scientific reports, 7(1), 13415.

Yang, Y., Tian, Y., Fang, J., Lu, H., Wei, K.*, & Yi, L.* (2017) Trust and Deception in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Social Learning Perspective. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, DOI : 10.1007/s10803-016-2983-2

He, K., Liang, Y., Abdollahi, F., Bittmann, M. F., Kording, K., & Wei, K.* (2016). The statistical determinants of the speed of motor learning. PLoS Computational Biology, 12(9), e1005023.

Yin, C., Bi, Y., Yu, C.*, & Wei, K.* (2016). Eliminating direction specificity in visuomotor learning. The Journal of Neuroscience, 36(13), 3839-3847.

Wei, K.*, Glaser, J.I., Deng, L., Thompson, C.K., Stevenson, I.H., Wang, Q., Hornby, T.G., Heckman, C.J., Kording, K. (2014) Serotonin affects movement gain control in the spinal cord, *Journal of Neuroscience*. 34(38):12690-12700.

Wei, K.*, Yan, X., Kong, G., Yin, C., Zhang, F., Wang, Q., Kording, K. (2014). Computer use changes generalization of movement learning. *Current Biology* 24(1): 82-85.

Zheng, E., Wang, L., Wei, K.*, & Wang, Q.* (2014). A Non-Contact Capacitive Sensing System for Recognizing Locomotion Modes of Transtibial Amputees. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. DOI: 10.1109/TBME.2014.2334316

Yin, C., & Wei, K.* (2014). Interference from mere thinking: mental rehearsal temporarily disrupts recall of motor memory. Journal of neurophysiology, doi: 10.1152/jn.00070.2014.

Fan, Y., Kong, G., Meng, Y., Tan, S., Wei, K.*, Zhang, Q.*, & Jin, J.* (2014). Comparative assessment of surgeons’ task performance and surgical ergonomics associated with conventional and modified flank positions: a simulation study. Surgical endoscopy, 1-8.

Chen, B., Zheng, E., Fan X., Liang, T., Wang Q., Wei, K., & Wang, L. (2013). Locomotion Mode Classification Using A Wearable Capacitive Sensing System. *IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering* 21(5):744-755

Dam, G., K. Kording, & Wei, K.*(2013). Credit Assignment during Movement Reinforcement Learning. *Plos One* 8(2): e55352.

Yan, X., Q. Wang., Z. Lu., Stevenson, I., Kording, K., & Wei, K.* (2013). Generalization of unconstrained reaching with hand-weight changes. *Journal of Neurophysiology*. 109(1): 137-146.

Ding Q., Stevenson, IH., Wang N., Li, W., Sun,Y., Wang Q., Kording, K., & Wei, K.* (2012). Motion games improve balance control in stroke survivors: a preliminary study based on the principle of constraint-induced movement therapy, *Displays*. 10.1016/j.displa.2012.08.004.

Wen, J., Ding, Q., Yu, Z., Sun, W., Wang, Q., & Wei, K.* (2012). Adaptive changes of foot pressure in Hallux Valgus patients, *Gait & Posture*.

Wei, K.*,Stevenson, I.H., and Kording, K. (2010). The uncertainty associated with visual flow fields and their influence on postural sway: Weber's law suffices to explain the nonlinearity of vection. *Journal of Vision*

Wei, K.*,Wert, D. and Kording, K. (2010). The nervous system uses nonspecific motor learning in response to random perturbations of varying nature. *Journal of Neurophysiology*

Wei, K.*, & Kording, K. (2010). Uncertainty in state estimate and sensory feedback determines the rate of motor learning. *Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience.* 4: 11.

Ronsse, R., Wei, K., & Sternad, D. (2010): Optimal feedback control of rhythmic movements. *Journal of Neurophysiology.* doi: 10.1152/jn.00600.2009

Stevenson, I., Fernandes, H., Vilares, I., Wei, K., & Kording, K. (2009). Bayesian integration and non-linear feedback control in steering with the center of pressure. *Plos Computational Biology*. 5(12): e1000629. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000629

Ehrlenspiel, F., Wei, K., & Sternad, D. (2009). Open-loop, closed-loop and compensatory control: performance improvement under pressure in a rhythmic task. *Experimental Brain Research*. 10.1007/s00221-009-2087-8

Wei, K.*, & Kording, K. (2009). Relevance of error: what drives motoradaptation? *Journal of Neurophysiology* 101: 655-664.

Wei, K., Dijkstra, T.M.H., & Sternad, D. (2008). Stability and variability: indicators for passive stability and active control in a rhythmic task. *Journal of Neurophysiology*, 99: 3027-3041.

Wei, K., Dijkstra, T.M.H., & Sternad, D. (2007). Passive stability and active control in a rhythmic task. *Journal of Neurophysiology*, 98:2633-2646.

Sternad, D., Wei, K., Ivry, R.B., & Diedrichsen, J. (2006). Intermanual interaction during initiation and production of rhythmic and discrete movements in individuals lacking a corpus callosum. *Experimental Brain Research*. 176: 559-574.

Wei, K., Wertman, G., & Sternad, D. (2003). Interactions between rhythmic and discrete components in a bimanual task. *Motor Control*, 7, 134-154.

de Rugy, A.,Wei, K., Müller, H., & Sternad, D. (2003). Actively tracking “passive” stability.* Brain Research*, 982(1), 64-78.