The Scene Grammar Lab is interested in a wide variety of aspects in visual cognition, particularly visual attention and
visual memory during scene perception. The lab’s core research areas therefore include top-down guidance in scene search, neural representation and development of scene knowledge, as well as
action-perception interactions in real-world scenarios. We use a variety of methodologies in the lab, including psychophysics, gaze-contingent and real-world eye-tracking, pupillometry, as well
as EEG recordings.
What processes are dominant in your brain while freely viewing specific parts of a naturalistic scene? By combining EEG with eye tracking we want to find out more about the online processes that underly scene viewing. >>continue>>