Steve Haroz

Postdoc Researcher

Overview

When we perceive a crowd of people, must our visual system serially examine each person, or can we rapidly percieve the summary or gist? What, if any, side effects might result from a encoding a crowd as an individual percept?

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Collaborators:

Tim Sweeny: Vision Science - UC Berkeley

Steve Haroz: Computer Science - UC Davis

David Whitney: Psychology - UC Berkeley

Publications

Reference repulsion in the categorical perception of biological motion

Timothy D. Sweeny, Steve Haroz, David Whitney

Vision Research 2012 (pdf)

 

Perceiving group behavior: Sensitive ensemble coding mechanisms for biological motion of human crowds

Timothy D. Sweeny, Steve Haroz, David Whitney

Journal of Experimental Psychology: HP&P 2012 (pdf)