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Illusions in Depth and in Motion: What They Tell Us about the Brain
Thomas V. Papathomas and Attila Farkas
Thursday, September 28, 2017
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Drop in any time)
Library of Science and Medicine
Explore the amazing world of illusions with Thomas V. Papathomas, director of the Rutgers Laboratory of Vision Research, and postdoctoral researcher Attila J. Farkas. Learn how our minds process perspective, how optical illusions trick our brains, and even how illusions can be used as accurate measures of schizophrenia.