Author Archives: Julie Harris

Abi Lee starts internship

Abi has started her 3 month non-academic internship with Rexel UK Ltd.  She will be working on e-learning on Product Knowledge.

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ECVP presentations 2017

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

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Abi Lee at Summer School

Abigail Lee is taking part in the Amsterdam Summer School on brain and mind.

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Sutton Trust Perception Lecture

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?

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Collaboration on material perception: Leverhulme Grant

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

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Studentship collaboration with Aberdeen

Karina Kangur has won funding from Eastbio to undertake a PhD in Aberdeen, supervised by Constanze Hesse and Julie Harris (St. Andrews), on interactions between texture perception with visuo-motor control.

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Philip Cammack

Phil Carmack graduates with his PhD today, for a thesis on 3D camouflage. Congratulations Phil.

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Olivier at Multi-sensory meeting

Olivier Penacchio is at the PIRE Workshop on Multi-sensory Integration. he will be presenting a poster on “Multisensory integration in animal warning signals”.

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Andrew Chua starts summer internship

Andrew Chua has started a summer internship in the lab, working with Tom Otto and Julie Harris on multi-sensory cue-integration and motion-in-depth.  He is funded by the Experimental Psychology Society Undergraduate Research Bursay Scheme.

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Rachael Jack starts summer internship

Rachael Jack has started her School of Psychology and Neuroscience funded summer internship, working with PhD student Benjamin Portelli on motion-in-depth and binocular rivalry.

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