Studies show that the amount of items in a visual scene can change the way we experience and use time. However, the nature of how these magnitudes interfere with each other remains unclear. Most studies use a comparison element when designing the task protocol, with little known about how time and numerosity interact when there is no comparison being made — when the decisional bias is reduced or eliminated.
Understand how context changes the way people experience and use time in their everyday lives. Create a better way to understand the nature of magnitude integration in human perception to improve research protocols and increase replicability in psychological experiments.
Results and Outcomes
- Changing the context of the study design parameters changes the way we experience time.
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Awards and Recognition
- Received the highly competitive "Early Career Scientist Travel Grant" from the National Institute of Health’s National Eye Institute to attend the annual Vision Sciences Society conference in 2022.
- Behavioral measures
- Iterative testing driven by evidence-based insights