Expertise

My research interests encompass the study of low-level spatial vision (in particular the neural mechanisms of brightness and lightness perception), spatial attention (including panoramic attention – the type of attention that is disrupted in hemineglect syndrome, as well as exogenous attention – the type of attention that is recruited by transient sensory events), and multisensory integration (in particular the effects which auditory and haptic stimuli exert on visual perceptual processes and events).

Past Affiliations
Communities
Psychology
Degrees
PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara, Psychology, 1982
BA, University of California, Davis, Psychology, 1975
Keywords
psychology cognitive science behavioral or experimental psychology cognitive psychology neuropsychology psychophysics vision
Languages
English, French
Associations
Association for Psychological Science
Cognitive Neuroscience Society
International Multisensory Research Forum
International Neuropsychological Society
Optical Society of America
Vision Sciences Society