Meet Our Team
My primary research interests are visual attention and visual memory and how they function in our everyday lives. Across various studies we investigate how people perceive, explore, search through and remember information from complex, natural stimuli (i.e., real-world scenes) using both behavioural and eye movement measures.
I am currently a second year PhD Student in the Queen's Visual Cognition Lab. I am curious about how differences in how people perceive, pay attention and navigate the world can lead to different behavioural presentations in clinical populations. Currently, I am investigating the perceptual and social-cognitive differences across genders in Autism Spectrum Disorders. You can read more about this and other current projects on my website: https://sites.google.com/view/louisalymanresearch/home.
My primary research interests are related to the cognitive process of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). I will be investigating whether symptoms of ASD interfere with the typical effect of gaze cues to bias/guide visual search in complex, real-world scenes.
COORDINATOR: Rachel Rumas
PROGRAMMER: Nalsen Yang
Third Year, Computer Engineering (BASc)