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Arthur Bradley


Professor, Optometry
Phone: (812) 855-2465


See also: Professor Bradley's homepage

Education

  • Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1983

Awards

  • Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Travel Scholarship, 1981
  • University of California Chancellor's Patent Fund, 1979
  • American Academy of Optometry Fellowship, 1978, 1979, 1980
  • Reading University Exchange Scholar, 1976, 1977
  • Recipient of American Academy of Optometry Glen Fry Award for vision science, 1991

Research Interests

Visual processing

Cognitive processing often manifests itself perceptually. Clearly, the sensory system plays a very important role in determining these phenomena. My research is primarily involved in determining visual processing of spatial information and how the sensory system generates a perceptual event. However, some of the most intriguing perceptual phenomena cannot easily be explained by a narrow sensory approach, for example, changes in visual perception that follow the presentation of non-visual information.

Facilities
 
Two large research labs in the School of Optometry, access to four clinics where sensory anomalies are regularly encountered, a large variety of high resolution computer generated image-display systems (black and white, and color). Full radiometric and colorimetry measurement facilities.

Dissertation Committee Service

Bold student names indicate a cognitive science standalone student.

Author Dissertation Title Committee
Shoup, R. E. Cross-Dimensional Interference in a Focused Attention Task (October 1996) Shiffrin, R. (Co-Chair), Kruschke, J. (Co-Chair), Busey, T., Bradley, A., Cohen, A.