Psychology Professor and Student Examine Perceptual Encoding
March 3, 2010
Filed in Research
Michael Anes, assistant professor of psychology, has published an article with Lindsey Short ’08 titled “Adult-like competence in perceptual encoding of facial configuration by the right hemisphere emerges after 10 years of age” in Perception. He also attended the ninth annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, where he presented a poster titled “Are Local Features in Faces Really Local” with Nicholas Del Grosso ’10 and Darcy Dubuc ’12.