Workshop: Attention & Conscious Perception

Workshop on Attention & Conscious Perception

May 7-8, 2015

Wayne Wu, Carnegie Mellon University, Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
“Crowding, Gatekeeping and other Enigmas: An Update”

Britt Anderson, University of Waterloo, Department of Psychology
“Attention Alters AppearanceS”

Jacob Beck, York University, Department of Philosophy
“The Significance of Salience”

Marisa Carrasco, New York University, Department of Psychology

Elizabeth Cutrone, New York University, Department of Psychology
“Attention Enhances Contrast Appearance via Increased Input Baseline of Neural Responses”

Trey Boone, University of Pittsburgh, Department of History and Philosophy of Science
“Range Content, Attention, and the Precision of Representation”

Keith Schneider, York University, Department of Biology and Centre for Vision Research
"Attention influences decisions but not appearance"

James Stazicker, University of Reading, Department of Philosophy
“Action, Attention and Consciousness”

Dirk Kerzel, University of Geneva, Department of Psychology
“Peripheral Cues Do Not Always Improve Perception”

Ned Block, New York University, Department of Philosophy

For further details, including registration information, please see the workshop poster (PDF).