It's been a while since we've given an update! The second half of our year has been busy as usual!
In June, we published another paper in Vision, showing context effects (this time defining context in terms of face-race) in lightness perception are surprisingly not expertise-dependent. Here it is
Chang, D. H. F., Cheang, Y. Y., & So, M. (2018). Contextual effects in face lightness perception are not expertise-dependent. Vision, 2(2), 23, 1-14.
Also in June, Dorita, Nicole, Idy, and KY went back to Osaka to complete fMRI data collection on our first set of 3D context projects.
In November, our lab participated in the annual university open day
In December, we ate a lot of pizza (Happy new year!)