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We're curious about temporal aspects of human visual processing - how quickly do different cortical modules and stages process information, and how are they coordinated in time? We use behavioral experiments, illustrated by the animations below, to compare speed limits for different features and the dynamics of how these features are bound into a coherent percept. One coordination problem occurs because when an object moves across the visual field, it stimulates different populations of neurons in early visual cortex, so we're testing how the signals from different areas are combined by later stages of the brain. Overall, fast processes somehow work together with others that are very sluggish in order to yield conscious perception. Recently, we've begun experiments to see how temporal limits constrain our interactions with moving objects.
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We're curious about temporal aspects of human visual processing - how quickly do different cortical modules and stages process information, and how are they coordinated in time? We use behavioral experiments to compare speed limits for different features and the dynamics of how these features are bound into a coherent percept. One coordination problem occurs because when an object moves across the visual field, it stimulates different populations of neurons in early visual cortex, so we're testing how the signals from different areas are combined by later stages of the brain. Overall, fast processes somehow work together with others that are very sluggish in order to yield conscious perception. Recently we've begun investigating related issues in tactile perception.
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Collaborators:
Collaborators:
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[[User:Alex_L._White|Alex White]], [http://psy223.psy.bris.ac.uk/christina/ Christina Howard], Jay Edelman,Patrick Cavanagh,
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Patrick Byrne, [[User:Alex_L._White|Alex White]],Christina J. Howard, Jay Edelman,Patrick Cavanagh,Sara Mednick,
[http://www.h.kyoto-u.ac.jp/staff/131_saiki_j_0_e.html Jun Saiki],
[http://www.h.kyoto-u.ac.jp/staff/131_saiki_j_0_e.html Jun Saiki],
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Gene Stoner,
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Gene Stoner, Eli Brenner, Sasha Klistorner,
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[http://search.bwh.harvard.edu/new/staff_files/howe_pubs/howe.html Piers Howe],
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[[User:Tatjana Seizova-Cajic|Tatjana Seizova-Cajic]],[http://www.med.unsw.edu.au/medweb.nsf/page/resinterestsshowperson?OpenDocument&staffid=3048331 Evelyn Smith-Bergelund], [http://www.physiol.usyd.edu.au/span/ University Perception Group]
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[[User:Tatjana Seizova-Cajic|Tatjana Seizova-Cajic]], Nicholas O'Dwyer, [http://clarefraser.com/ Clare Fraser],[http://www.physiol.usyd.edu.au/span/ University Perception Group]
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Eric Altschuler,[http://dlinares.org/ Daniel Linares], Maryam Vaziri-Pashkam...
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Eric Altschuler
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==Recent updates to the lab wiki==
==Recent updates to the lab wiki==
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Alex Holcombe
Sarah McIntyre
Fahed Jbarah
• Shih-Yu Lo
• Patrick Goodbourn
Lizzy Nguyen
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We're curious about temporal aspects of human visual processing - how quickly do different cortical modules and stages process information, and how are they coordinated in time? We use behavioral experiments to compare speed limits for different features and the dynamics of how these features are bound into a coherent percept. One coordination problem occurs because when an object moves across the visual field, it stimulates different populations of neurons in early visual cortex, so we're testing how the signals from different areas are combined by later stages of the brain. Overall, fast processes somehow work together with others that are very sluggish in order to yield conscious perception. Recently we've begun investigating related issues in tactile perception.

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Collaborators: Patrick Byrne, Alex White,Christina J. Howard, Jay Edelman,Patrick Cavanagh,Sara Mednick, Jun Saiki, Gene Stoner, Eli Brenner, Sasha Klistorner, Tatjana Seizova-Cajic,Evelyn Smith-Bergelund, University Perception Group Eric Altschuler,Daniel Linares, Maryam Vaziri-Pashkam...

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