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‘Seeing’ Without Seeing

Body movements, like waving your hand, can trigger visual sensations in the absence of visual information, meaning we may be able to "see" in the dark. ... More>


APS 2013 Mentor Award: Michael T. Turvey

Michael T. Turvey, University of Connecticut, is best known for his pioneering work in ecological psychology and for applying a dynamic systems approach to the study of motor behavior. Elke […]... More>


Your Brain Sees Even When You Don’t


Brain Can Plan Actions Toward Things the Eye Doesn’t See

People can plan strategic movements to several different targets at the same time, even when they see far fewer targets than are actually present. ... More>


Older Adult Clumsiness Linked to Brain Changes

Some of the day-to-day reaching-and-grasping difficulties experienced by older adults may be caused by changes in the mental frame of reference that they use to visualize nearby objects. ... More>