Our paper on what 3D motion signals drive vergence has just been accepted by Scientific Reports. A pre-print will appear very soon.
Relative contributions to vergence eye movements of two binocular cues for motion-in-depth
Martin Giesel1, *, Alexandra Yakovleva2, Marina Bloj3, Alex R. Wade4, Anthony M. Norcia2, and Julie M. Harris1
1School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St Andrews, UK
2Department of Psychology, Stanford University, USA
3School of Optometry and Vision Sciences, University of Bradford, UK
4Department of Psychology, University of York, UK
Julie gave a talk on counter-shading camouflage at UCL today.
Becky Maguire has taken part in an Explorathon event, engaging with groups of children at Kirkcaldy West Primary School. I guess you could call it a ‘science day’? It was linked to the Explorathon.
This week the group is involved at several presentations at ECVP, KU Leuven:
Predicting the design of salient features in natural environments Olivier Penacchio, Christina G. Halpin, Matthew Wheelwright, John Skelhorn, P. George Lovell, Innes C. Cuthill4, Candy Rowe, Julie M. Harris
The effect of surface properties on avoidance behaviour during reaching Constanze Hesse, Martin Giesel, Anna Nowakowska, Julie Harris
This week, the group and collaborators from Newcastle will be presenting work on our aposematism project at the Anti Predator Coloration Symposium, at Exeter University Falmouth Campus. Speakers will be Matthew Wheelwright, Julie Harris, Olivier Penacchio and Candy Rowe:
The effect of nutritive value of a mimic on its predation rate
Characterising aposematic animal patterns
Modelling predator visual systems: towards simple rules for the design of visual warning signals
What makes an effective warning pattern?
Our paper is out in PNAS:
Asymmetries between achromatic and chromatic extraction of 3D motion signals
Andrew Chua is participating this week in the following course: A practical introduction to eye tracking.
This course is taught through Lund University Humanities Lab at the Joint Faculties for Humanities and Theology at Lund University, Lund Sweden
Welcome to summer students Winnie Li (studying iridescence) and Valeriya Ryabchina (studying attention and depth, funded by Laidlaw).
Alex Mitchell passed her PhD viva today, with only typographical errors. Congratulations Dr. Mitchell.
We have presentations this week at the Vision Sciences Society 2019 conference in Florida:
Bias in space and time: the reliability of pseudoneglect
|Alexandra G Mitchell, Sarah Benstock, Justin M Ales, Julie M Harris
Exploring how distance and duration information contributes to speed change discrimination
|Abigail RI Lee, Justin M Ales, Julie M Harris
And also from collaborators in Aberdeen:
Investigating the influence of surface properties on reaching movements
|Martin Giesel1, Karina Kangur1, Julie M. Harris2, Constanze Hesse1
1School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen
2School of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of St Andrews
Everyday haptic experiences influence visual perception of material roughness
|Karina Kangur1, Michal Toth2, Julie Harris3, Constanze Hesse1
1School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen, UK
2School of Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
3School of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of St Andrews, UK