How does the brain translate ambiguous sensory information into coherent percepts?  Our current research projects seek to unravel the intricacies of the human visual system through a combination of behavioural, neuroimaging (fMRI, DTI, MEG), brain stimulation (TMS), and eye-movement recording approaches.


Visual perception
Stereo; motion and biological motion;  colour; spatial vision

Perceptual learning and plasticity
Learning specificity and transfer in healthy vision; cross-modal (visuo-vestibular interactions)

​Vision and neurorehabilitation in atypical populations
Visual learning in cortical blindness and in the binocularly impaired


Psychophysics; Neuroimaging (fMRI, DTI, MEG);
Brain Stimulation (TMS); Eye-movement recordings

December 7, 2019

Check out the link to the relevant paper in our Publications page [Chang et al., 2018 NeuroImage].  The kids went to eat.  Found no food.  But hey, there was this photo booth...

October 2, 2019

Our stereo-object work has gone in press at the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.  Here, we show that both behavioural sensitivity to stereoscopic depth, and fMRI responses during depth judgments are modulated by object plausibility.  Check link to preprint in the pub...

July 30, 2019

Kenneth's work on the association between Autistic traits and various aspects of biological motion perception is out!

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