Laurence R. Harris mainly investigates Perception, Vestibular system, Communication, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. Her research in Perception is mostly focused on Visual perception. Her Visual perception research incorporates elements of Stimulus and Observer.
Her work in the fields of Vestibulo–ocular reflex and Optokinetic reflex overlaps with other areas such as Body movement. Her Communication research includes elements of Saccade, Cognitive psychology and Multisensory integration. Her Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Illusion, Photometric stereo and Frame of reference.
Her main research concerns Perception, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Communication and Cognitive psychology. Her study in Perception is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Orientation, Sensory cue, Sensory system and Vestibular system. Her work investigates the relationship between Vestibular system and topics such as Eye movement that intersect with problems in Optics and Anatomy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Self motion, Illusion and Psychophysics in addition to Artificial intelligence. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Computer vision, Head are connected with Movement and other disciplines. Her Communication research integrates issues from Stimulus, Orientation, Proprioception and Multisensory integration.
Laurence R. Harris mostly deals with Perception, Cognitive psychology, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision and Communication. Her research integrates issues of Motion, Orientation, Sensory cue and Two-alternative forced choice in her study of Perception. Her Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Observer, Cognition and Horizontal and vertical.
Her work carried out in the field of Artificial intelligence brings together such families of science as Subjective constancy, Plane and Heading. Her Computer vision research includes themes of Self motion and Vertical direction. Her Communication study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Acoustics, Line and Inference.
Laurence R. Harris mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Perception, Communication, Sensory system and Motion. Her study in the fields of Psychophysics under the domain of Perception overlaps with other disciplines such as Term. Her Communication study incorporates themes from Illusion, Oculomotor control, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Vestibular system.
Her study looks at the intersection of Sensory system and topics like Stimulus with Auditory cortex and Time perception. As part of her inquiry into Artificial intelligence and Computer vision, she is doing Motion research. Her studies deal with areas such as Position and Information processing as well as Artificial intelligence.
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Tolerance of temporal delay in virtual environments
R.S. Allison;L.R. Harris;M. Jenkin;U. Jasiobedzka.
ieee virtual reality conference (2001)
Visual and non-visual cues in the perception of linear self-motion.
Laurence R. Harris;Michael Jenkin;Daniel C. Zikovitz.
Experimental Brain Research (2000)
The subjective visual vertical and the perceptual upright
Richard T. Dyde;Michael R. Jenkin;Laurence R. Harris.
Experimental Brain Research (2006)
The superior colliculus and movements of the head and eyes in cats
Laurence R. Harris.
The Journal of Physiology (1980)
Humans can use optic flow to estimate distance of travel
Fara P Redlick;Michael Jenkin;Laurence R Harris.
Vision Research (2001)
The effect of exposure to asynchronous audio, visual, and tactile stimulus combinations on the perception of simultaneity.
Vanessa Harrar;Laurence R. Harris.
Experimental Brain Research (2008)
The primal role of the vestibular system in determining musical rhythm.
Laurel J. Trainor;Laurel J. Trainor;Xiaoqing Gao;Jing-jiang Lei;Karen Lehtovaara.
Integration of visual and auditory space in the mammalian superior colliculus
Laurence R. Harris;Laurence R. Harris;Colin Blakemore;Colin Blakemore;Michael Donaghy.
Small Saccades to Double-Stepped Targets Moving in Two Dimensions
John M. Findlay;Laurence R. Harris.
Advances in psychology (1984)
Travel distance estimation from visual motion by leaky path integration
Markus Lappe;Michael Jenkin;Laurence R. Harris.
Experimental Brain Research (2007)
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