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Homo Integralis 3: Adaptation to (transparent) motion and a moving observer

Motion perception is inherently related to adaptation, and multiple sites of motion adaptation exist along the pathway(s) of visual motion processing. Motion transparency under cond more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Cross-adaptation of visual and auditory motion and psychophysical receptive fields for multisensory motion

This project will build on recent work in our lab using a genetic algorithm (GA) to determine spatiotemporal receptive fields for translating visual motion. Pilot work shows the the more...

Supervisor(s): Alais, David (Professor)

Understanding the role of fish assemblages in coral restoration ecology

Global threats to coral reefs are driving a wave of coral restoration efforts. This project will focus on identifying the role of fish assemblages in facilitating or inhibiting cora more...

Supervisor(s): Figueira, William (Associate Professor)

Homo Integralis 1: Motion perception for moving observers

The perception of motion and movement has been studied for a long time, often under very controlled conditions, in dark rooms, with the head stabilised. However, human perception mo more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Homo Integralis 2: Transparent motion and the moving observer

Transparent motion or motion transparency is still a rather badly understood phenomenon. One can create spatial motion transparency and temporal motion transparency. The second part more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Homo Integralis 4: Orienting attention for moving observers

The goal of this project is to understand the role of vestibular input in the orienting of attention. Again, we look at the role of attention under conditions where observers are mo more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Psychophysical and high-tech approaches in the diagnosis of mental health and psychological disorders

We focus on the possible role of psychophysical techniques in diagnosis of mental health and Psychological problems. We use advanced Virtual Reality techniques and (neuro)biological more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)