Emily A-Izzeddin

PhD Student

Email: e.aizzeddin@uq.net.au


Supervisors

Dr. Will Harrison (Primary)

Professor Jason Mattingley


Current research

Statistical patterns inherent in low-level features such as orientation and lighting have been argued to have elicited many of our known perceptual priors. While these effects have been thoroughly documented using simplistic stimuli, it is unclear how low-level features contribute to our perception of naturalistic stimuli. My PhD project is focused on providing insights into how priors elicited by naturalistic context influence visual perception.

Research interests

  • Visual perception

  • Perceptual priors

  • Naturalistic stimuli

  • Low-level features


Publications

A-Izzeddin, E. J., & Grove, P. M. (2020). The relationship between illusory crescents and the stream/bounce effect. Multisensory Research,1(aop),1-17.


Conference presentations

A-Izzeddin, E. J., Mattingley, J. B., & Harrison, W. J. (2020, November). Contextual influences of perceptual inferences [Paper presentation]. University of Queensland Centre for Perception and Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

A-Izzeddin, E. J., Grove, P. M. (2019, November). The relationship between illusory crescents and the stream/bounce effect [Paper presentation]. University of Queensland Centre for Perception and Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.