NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF VISION

CHARLES LEEK LAB

 

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Recently funded by ESRC and EPSRC (see news), this project is using eye movement patterns to study how the human brain encodes and recognizes the shapes of three-dimensional objects.

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This project uses cognitive neuropsychological studies of individuals with acquired disorders of object naming to elucidate the mechanisms supporting lexical access.

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This project investigates how we are able to selectively attend to objects and locations in space.

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This project is combining data from psychophysics, ERPs, fMRI and studies of Parkinson's disease patients to elucidate the nature of visuo-spatial transformation processes such as mental rotation.

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Eye movements: 3D object representation and recognition

Visual selection, attention and object-based IOR

Cognitive Neuropsychology, object naming and lexical access

Visuo-spatial transformation and object constancy in human vision

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