Julie Golomb

Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology
Mentor Faculty

 

Current Research Description

My research explores the interactions between visual attention, memory, perception, and eye movements. I focus on the coordinate frames of visual representations, as well as how the brain represents object identity and location. Fundamental to my research is the question of visual stability: how our brains create such rich, seamless perceptual experiences from mere snapshots of visual input. We use a variety of tools in the lab, including human psychophysics, gaze-contingent eye-tracking, fMRI, ERP, and TMS.

Learn more about the OSU Vision & Cognitive Neuroscience Lab.

 

Areas of Expertise
  • Cognitive & Computational Neuroscience/Imaging
Education
  • Postdoctoral Training: MIT, Dr. Nancy Kanwisher
  • PhD: Yale University
 

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