Kewan-Khalayly B., Migo M., & Yashar A., (in press) Transient attention equally reduces visual crowding in radial and tangential axes. Journal of Vision
Congratulation to Laurina on her first VSS presentation! Laurina presented her recent finding on decision making in ASD, showing that contrary to some dominant views, individuals on the spectrum utilize perceptual prior similarly to typically developed individuals.
We welcome a new member to our team, Dr. Kendra Kandana Arachchige! who will conduct her postdoc research. Good luck, and enjoy your stay at Haifa!
Mikel presented his poster titled “Crowding Occurs at Different Stages of Visual Processing” at the the 43rd European Conference on Visual Perception. Congratulations!
Bahiya will present her poster during the 2021 V-VSS Annual Meeting. The poster is scheduled for Sunday, May 23, 2021, 8:00 – 10:00 am EDT.
Bahiya received a university scholarship for an early submission of her master’s thesis and for finishing with an excellent GPA!
Bahiya will present a poster titled “The role of transient attention on the inner-outer asymmetry of crowding” in the upcoming ISCOP, conference, which will take place in February 24th, 2021, between 3-5pm (GMT+2).
We are happy to welcome two new members to our team, Dr. Mikel Jimenez who will conduct his postdoc research in our lab, and Laurina Fazioli, who will conduct her PhD study in collaboration with Dr. Bat-Sheva Hadad. We all wish you good luck in your research!