Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Visual space perception. Visual information processing. Monocular visual space perception: size and shape constancy and the metric perceived space.
Experiments involve tests of the kinetic invariance hypothesis and its role in perceiving rigid and nonrigid moving objects. Theory explains how we see objects move in depth and some anomalies such as the Moon Illusion and the spiral aftereffect.
Yale University, Ph.D.
CUNY Brooklyn College, M.A.
CUNY Brooklyn College, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Wolfgang Kohler Memorial Lecture, Dartmouth College (1982)
College of Optometrists Certificate of Appreciation for "outstanding contributions to the science of vision (1973)
Frances and George Levin Chair in Psychology (1973)