- Vision and cricket paper published November 10, 2017
- PhD position available for Sept 2018 October 20, 2017
- Vision and cricket paper accepted October 18, 2017
- Explorathon 2017 September 30, 2017
- Paper on countershading accepted September 22, 2017
- Abi Lee starts internship September 11, 2017
- ECVP presentations 2017 August 27, 2017
- Abi Lee at Summer School July 22, 2017
- Sutton Trust Perception Lecture July 4, 2017
- Collaboration on material perception: Leverhulme Grant July 1, 2017
Author Archives: Julie Harris
We have a new manuscript published on vision in elite and near-elite cricketers: Vision and visual history in elite-/near-elite level cricketers and rugby-league players (2017) BT Barrett; JC Flavell; SJ Bennett; AG Cruickshank; A Mankowska; JM Harris; JM Buckley Sports … Continue reading
Attention and camouflage in three dimensions Supervisors: Julie M. Harris, Søren K. Andersen Project Description: Binocular vision is thought to have evolved primarily for the perception of depth and shape. Yet our ability to use two eyes to see depth … Continue reading
We have a new manuscript accepted for publication on vision in elite and near-elite cricketers: Vision and visual history in elite-/near-elite level cricketers and rugby-league players (2017) BT Barrett; JC Flavell; SJ Bennett; AG Cruickshank; A Mankowska; JM Harris; JM … Continue reading
Members of the group, and several undergraduate volunteers, helped out in our display on 3D vision and animal warning signals, at the Explorathon 2017 evening. Thanks to MUSA for hosting us.
We have just had a paper on visual search and countershading accepted for publication in Scientific Reports: Establishing the behavioural limits for countershaded camouflage Olivier Penacchio, P.George Lovell and Julie M. Harris, Scientific Reports, in press.
Abi has started her 3 month non-academic internship with Rexel UK Ltd. She will be working on e-learning on Product Knowledge.
This week the group are at the European Conference on Visual Perception, in Berlin, presenting work on the following 6 projects: Tue 29th: Attending to motion-in-depth modulates fMRI responses in striate and extrastriate visual areas Kaestner, M, Maloney, RT, Bloj, … Continue reading
Abigail Lee is taking part in the Amsterdam Summer School on brain and mind.
Today Julie gave a lecture as part of the St. Andrews University Sutton Trust Summer School, to students interested in studying Psychology at University. Her lecture was entitled: Perception, more than meets the eye?
The Leverhulme Trust has awarded a three-year grant to the University of Aberdeen for the project “Handle with care: Material properties in Vision and Action Control”, directed by Constanze Hesse, in collaboration with Julie Harris and Martin Giesel. The project … Continue reading