Welcome to the web home of the Vision and Attention lab, one of many vision research labs in the Psychology Department at the University of Minnesota.
We are physically located in rooms N8-N14 Elliott Hall on the East Bank of the University's Minneapolis campus.
We are exploring the neural basis of human vision, visual attention, and visual
Current research projects
the spatial and temporal
properties of the early visual cortex
the effect of attentional
modulation at different cortical sites
the nature and dynamics
of binocular rivalry
pattern, color, and
motion adaptation processes
high level cognition
Both psychophysical and
neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG) methods are used in these
Research in our lab is
supported in part by grants from the James S McDonnell Foundation
and the National Eye Institute.
Last updated: Feb. 2012