Brown Social Science Center, 322
DegreesClark University, Ph.D.
Clark University, M.A.
Harvard University, B.A.
ExpertisePerception and sensory processes; experimental psychology; art and illusion
ProfileProfessor Morant s research focuses on human oreintation and the perception of spatial relationships. Other interests include perceptual adaptation, sensorymotor interactions, intersensory integration in infants, and art illusion.
Morant,Ricardo B with D. Starkey. "Virtual objects that look real: A study of young infants' expectations of tangibility." Current Psychological Research and Reviews 5. (1986): 219-227.
Morant,Ricardo B. eds. S. Wapner and B. Kaplan.. Some aspects of a developmental analysis of perception, in Towards a Holistic Developmental Psychology. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Eribaum Associates, 1983.
Morant,Ricardo B. with D. Starkey. "A technique for making realistic three-dimensional images of objects." Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation 15. (1983): 420-423.