QVCL would like to extend a thank you to all researchers, participants, and supporters of our research throughout the summer of 2018. This summer, we ran six studies, saw over 150 participants come through the lab, and all with a team of three research assistants, a lab coordinator and lab programmer, three graduate researchers, and a post-doctoral fellow!
Studies included eye-tracking tasks and visual search, push-button paradigms, MRI research, and more, all with the intention to better understand visual cognition and perception. Based on the hard work of our researchers, and the incredible participation of Queen's students and Kingston community members, we truly believe we're making a difference in our field!
In the upcoming year, we're branching out into new studies, tasks, and research questions which, we hope, will help to round-out our understanding of visual cognition, delve deeper into the ways in which we process visual information, and acknowledge the differences amongst all those who perceive. We can't wait!
If you want to get involved in our research, whether as a volunteer or participant, we would be excited to hear from you. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our get involved page!