Perception and Visual Cognition

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We live in a cluttered world. Professor David Whitney and his team are working on answering questions like how do we localize, individuate, and perceive faces, objects, and motion in cluttered scenes? When objects are in crowds, do we perceive those crowds as a texture? Why do we perceive crowds as an ensemble or summary statistic?

Vision research projects in psychology and perception include investigations into visual sensitivity, assessment of retinal function in diabetics, low vision, infant vision, natural scene perception, form vision and attention, clinical psychophysics and basic aspects of human color vision, changes in vision with age, psychophysical methods and vision test design, texture, stereopsis, 3D vision, and object recognition.

Faculty Involved with Perception and Visual Cognition

Martin Banks, PhD

Professor of Optometry and Vision Science

School of Optometry

Brian A. Barsky, PhD

Professor of Computer Science and Vision Science

Computer Science

Sonia Bishop, PhD

Assistant Professor

Psychology

Susana Chung, OD, PhD

Professor of Optometry and Vision Science

School of Optometry

Emily Cooper, PhD

Assistant Professor of Optometry & Vision Science

School of Optometry

Jack L. Gallant, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychology and Vision Science

Psychology

Stanley Klein, PhD

Professor of Optometry and Vision Science

School of Optometry

Dennis M. Levi, OD, PhD

Professor of Optometry and Vision Science

School of Optometry

William Tuten, PhD

Assistant Professor of Optometry & Vision Science

School of Optometry

David Whitney, PhD

Professor of Psychology

Psychology