John Cass

John was awarded his PhD in 2005 from the University of New South Wales in the area of visual psychophysics. A major research theme is sensory dynamics: such questions as how do sensory processes evolve over time; what temporal information are we sensitive to; and how do we perceive time? Other research interests include the effects of context on visual perception such as “visual crowding” and the perceptual integration of audio and visual information. 

For information about Dr. Cass' publications, please see the Publication page.

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