From: The New York Tmes

Herschel W. Leibowitz Dies at 85; Studied Night Vision’s Tricks

The New York Times:

Herschel W. Leibowitz, a Penn State  University psychologist who was among the first scientists to explore how the mind can misinterpret what the eye sees at night, a phenomenon that contributes to traffic accidents, died on Sunday in State College, Pa. He was 85.

His death was confirmed by his granddaughter Amy Milgrub Marshall. Dr. Leibowitz lived in State College.

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