Steven L. Buck
Intensive readings from the current literature on an emerging topic or theoretical perspective in cognition/perception. Prerequisite: graduate standing in psychology, or permission of instructor.
The course will cover both classic and current material related to color perception and psychophysics (including color mixture, color specification and color spaces, chromatic discrimination, and color constancy), peripheral and central neural substrate of color processing, and color-vision deficiencies and genetics. The course is open to all interested graduate students but will be particularly appropriate for those in cognitive neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, neurobiology and behavior, and cognition/perception.
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