June 8, 2012
Faculty and students from psychology make conference presentations
Several K-State department of psychology faculty members and students made presentations at the recent 12th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society in Naples, Fla.
Ryan V. Ringer and Adam M. Larson, both doctoral students in psychology; John Zuercher, senior in psychology; Lester Loschkey, associate professor of psychology; and colleagues, presented the poster "Amplitude Spectrum Slope is More Important than Orientation in Rapid Scene Categorization."
Loschky, Ringer and Larson, along with Gabriel Hughes, senior in psychology; Kevin Dean, senior in computer science; Jamie Weiser, May 2012 bachelor's graduate in life sciences; Lori Flippo, December 2011 bachelor's graduate in psychology; and colleagues presented the poster "Developing a New Measure of the Useful Field of View for Use in Dynamic Real-World Scene Viewing."
Larson; Josh Hendry, senior in psychology; and Loschky presented the poster "Scene Gist Meets Event Perception: The Time Course of Scene Gist and Event Recognition."