Harrison Adler, Graduate Student
University of Delaware
414 Wolf Hall
Newark, DE 19716
My primary research interests are the perceptual representations of objects, scenes and episodes that are developed, stored, and processed by and within the cognitive system, including errors in perception and memory such as the boundary extension effect. Methods for studying these phenomena include rapid scene visual presentation (RSVP), in which pictures are presented at very rapid rates (10-40 pictures/second). Certain aspects and components of these visuals are preserved well in memory, while others are not. Through this procedure, much can be discovered about the nuanced and complex nature of the visual system, perception and memory, and other related processes such as attention and decision making.
B.S. in Psychology, College of William & Mary, 2017
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