- To carry out basic, applied, and multidisciplinary research on the human mind (perception, attention, memory, and thought), as well as on cognitive tasks and how the results of these processes are embodied in actual behaviour
- To involve HSE instructors and undergraduate and graduate students in the Laboratory’s research, and to use the results of the Lab’s research in HSE’s academic process
- To prepare new academic programmes and teaching materials as part of HSE’s school of psychology and other related disciplines
A new article about binocularity in visual search is published in "Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics"
A paper "Binocularity and visual search – Revisited" by Bochao Zou, Igor Utochkin, Yie Liu, and Jeremy Wolfe is published in "Attiention, Perception, and Psychophysics"
Feb 6, 2017. The winners of the HSE Student research contest are awarded. Three undergraduate students of our lab won all prizes in nomination "Best undergraduate paper in psychology".
A new paper by Igor Utochkin and Maria Yurevich has recently appeared online in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. The paper is entitled "Similarity and heterogeneity effects in visual search is mediated by "segmentability"".
We congratulate our colleagues with a victory in the Student research contest!
On October 9, 2015 the fifth annual seminar “The Great Illusion” was held. It was organized by HSE Cognitive research laboratory , together with the Faculty of Psychology, St. Petersburg State University.