Mission

The Psychophysics Laboratory pursues three major goals:

  • Undertaking research within its domains of competence for individuals, corporations, and governments.

  • Extend and advance theory and provide data from psychophysical techniques to advance the general welfare.

  • Promote the understanding, use, and purpose of psychophysics through educational efforts and research in educational science and technology.

 

 

Current Projects

 

  • Designing software to help identify and describe impulse radar reflections.

  • Measuring classroom sound levels, and characteristics of irrelevant sounds on children’s cognitively controlled behavior.

  • Developing and validating various psychophysical measurement methods for data from uncontrolled channels, e.g., the Internet.

  • Designing simulators to assess the perceptual horizon and consequential behavioral errors under conditions of perceptual-environmental ambiguities.

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