12 May University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Visual Perception of Movement | University of Lincoln
University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Visual Perception of Movement
Professor George Mather, School of Psychology
This research tests the theory of “action speaking louder than words”, by applying vision science to social situations. Professor George Mather seeks to understand how the human form affects our visual judgement of movement, leading to greater appreciation of how we interact with others.
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