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Paper published on prediction motion

We have had a paper published on prediction motion, as part of the collaborative project on vision and elite sorting performance: Temporal estimation in prediction motion tasks is biased by a moving destination Jonathan C. Flavell; Brendan T. Barrett; John … Continue reading

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Abi Lee to give St. Leonard’s College Lecture

Abi Lee has been asked to give one of the prestigious St. Leonard’s College Postgraduate Lectures.  On 19th April she will speak on: Perceiving Speed and Speed Change in the World Around Us

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Paper on prediction motion accepted.

Our paper on prediction-motion has been accepted for publication in Journal of Vision: Temporal estimation in prediction motion tasks is biased by a moving destination. Jonathan C. Flavell; Brendan T. Barrett; John G. Buckley; Julie M. Harris; Andrew J. Scally; Nathan B. … Continue reading

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Abi Lee: back into research and funded

Today we welcome Abi Lee back from the Eastbio non-academic internship.  And well done on obtaining £1000 conference funding from Amgen, which will support attendance at Vision Sciences Society 2018.

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Paper on effectiveness of counter-shading in different weather is accepted

We have just had a paper accepted, by Royal Society Open Science:   Is countershading camouflage robust to lighting change due to weather? O Penacchio, PG Lovell & JM Harris   look out for pre-print here very soon.

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Vision and cricket paper published

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

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Paper on visual search and counter-shading camouflage is published

We have just published a paper on visual search and countershading in Scientific Reports: Establishing the behavioural limits for countershaded camouflage Olivier Penacchio, P.George Lovell and Julie M. Harris, Scientific Reports, 7, 13672.

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PhD position available for Sept 2018

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

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Vision and cricket paper accepted

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

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Explorathon 2017

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.

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