• RESEARCH AREAS

    the brain mechanims underlying the perception of depth from binocular stereopis and motion parallax

    visual perception deficits from brain lesions in human and what they can tell us about normal visual function

    PROJECTS

    visual coding and neural representation of depth from motion parallax

    the role of the slow eye movement system in the perception of depth from motion parallax

    RESEARCH GRANTS

    Awarded

    OSR-9452892
    NSF/ND EPSCoR $40,000 5/15/96 - 7/31/98
    The perception of depth from motion and binocular disparity

    NDSU Grant-In-Aid $4,000 5/15/96 - 5/30/97
    An Objective Technique to Study Depth Perception

    1 P20 RR11817-01
    NIH IDeA $82,633 9/30/96-8/31/98
    Investigation of the visual perception of depth

    NSF/ND EPSCoR$86,000 1998
    NDSU Laboratory for the study of human psychophysiology
    (PI: McCourt; Co-I: Arnell, Blakeslee, Mark, Nawrot, Rokke, Wittrock)

    1 R01 1EY12541-01
    NIH/NEI $241,629 9/15/99-9/15/03
    Eye movements in the perception of depth from motion

    RNEST
    ND EPSCOR
    $450,000 2002-2005 Multisensory Center (Co-Investigator) (PI:McCourt)

    NIH/NCRR/COBRE $8,900,000 9/04-5/09 Center for Visual Neuroscience (Co-Investigator) (PI:McCourt)


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