At the Queen's Visual Cognition Lab,
our main interest is studying visual cognition in all of its complexity.


Our current focus is real-world scene perception: specifically, how perceptual and cognitive systems interact to parse complex visual input.

In some sense, scene perception is a misnomer: its study usually encompasses not only perceptual processes themselves, but also memories of scene information as well as deployment of attention within a scene. We use both behavioural and eye movement measures to examine these interactions.




Learn more about the research we conduct and read some of the tangible results coming out of QVCL.

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