eye tracking research
THE NEUROSCIENCE BEHIND VISUAL PERCEPTION + DECISION MAKING
I previously researched the eye tracking and neural processing of complex visual stimuli such as artwork. This includes understanding how we look at faces, artwork, or inanimate objects through analysis of eye tracking data. The project was a continuation of the Duke Bass Connections Team on Art, Vision, and the Brain through the Pearson Lab in the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Duke University.
I conducted an Independent Study focusing on the implicit judgments involved in legal decision making and how they correlate with face processing and visual perception. I am now studying whether humans perceive computer-generated faces and real photographs in the same way.