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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)

Visual speed perception during active and passive self-motion

This project will study how rotation of an observer affects factors such as speed perception and allocation of attention. It will compare passive rotation on a motion platform with more...

Supervisor(s): Alais, David (Professor)

Proprioceptive, vibration-induced illusions of visual motion

Human perception of the world is based on input from multiple senses. This project investigates how proprioception from neck muscles and vision combine to yield perception of object more...

Supervisor(s): Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana (Dr)

Visual influences on tactile motion aftereffect

Human perception of the world is based on input from multiple senses. This project investigates how touch and vision combine to yield perception of object motion. more...

Supervisor(s): Seizova-Cajic, Tatjana (Dr)

Signal processing in the visual system

Research in my laboratory focuses on signal processing in the visual system. I use three methodologies - computational modelling, the analysis of existing neuronal data, and human p more...

Supervisor(s): Freeman, Alan (Dr)

Integration of visual and tactile information

Touch and vision often work together in our perception of objects around us. This project will examine orientation and spatial frequency tuning in touch and vision and study how the more...

Supervisor(s): Alais, David (Professor)

Modulation of attention and perception during action

The project examines how active motion of an observer modulates perception. The project will study walking observers, and continuously measure their visual performance to examine ho more...

Supervisor(s): Alais, David (Professor)

Recalibration mechanisms in vision: Adapting to a changing environment

To survive successfully humans must accurately with the environment. However, the environmental conditions can change, sometimes drastically in a very short time. An organism is ver more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)

Applied vision science: towards a better understanding of what the brain knows.

Many processes in the brain are not consciously accessible. This makes it hard to find out how for example subjects reach decisions. There are several ways to find out what the brai more...

Supervisor(s): Verstraten, Frans (Professor)