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Lab move

April 15, 2015

In September 2014, the Bex Lab moved to the Department of Psychology at Northeastern University. Fortunately I was included in the move, so I am now working there as a postdoc under Pete's supervision. I will update this site less and less.

I've moved my personal research page to http://willjharrison.com

The Bex Lab website is now: http://www.northeastern.edu/bexlab/

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New paper: Visual crowding is anisotropic along the horizontal meridian during smooth pursuit

January 28, 2014

My latest paper testing the interaction between eye movements and object recognition has been published at Journal of Vision. You can read the whole thing for free, and download the PDF, via the journal's website. I co-authored this paper with PhD advisors, Roger Remington and Jason Mattingley, and this happily means all chapters of my thesis...

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Remapped crowding (paper in press)

March 21, 2013

I'm happy to write that I have just received notice that my most recent manuscript submission has been accepted and is now in press:

Harrison, W. J., Retell, J. D., Remington, R. W., and Mattingley, J. B. (In press). Visual crowding at a distance during predictive remapping. Current Biology.

In my last post, I had a little demonstration of "visual crowding", the phenomenon where an object in peripheral vision becomes extremely difficult...

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