Center for Perceptual Systems faculty receive funding for motion processing research
Posted: August 10, 2011
Psychologists and neurobiologists working in the area of perceptual systems have been awarded a $1.5M grant from the National Eye Institute. The grant is for a four-year period and will support work by Drs. Lawrence Cormack, Alex Huk, and collaborator Adam Kohn with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The study will investigate the perceptual and neural mechanisms for seeing things move through 3D environments, and contains a mix of behavioral, brain imaging, and neurophysiological experiments.
Title: "Motion processing with 2 eyes in 3 dimensions"
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