Julian Hochberg

Columbia University

Election Year: 1980
Primary Section: 52, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences
Membership Type: Member

Research Interests

My research interests lie in the factors that underlie and constrain the perception of real and represented objects and events. This field of study, quite old within experimental psychology, has recently been revitalized by its importance to artificial intelligence, to the design of man/machine interfaces, and in the communication and understanding of the relationships within arrays of quantitative data. Because the perception of even a static scene or display rests on the actions of a searching eye, my interests necessarily include processes that are entailed in reading text and apprehending motion pictures and that reflect the neurobiological foundations of perceptual behavior (visual inquiry).

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