"We are a group of researchers at the Department of Psychology,University of Minnesota. We conduct research to discover the brain mechanisms that allow humans to perceive, attend, learn and remember visual input. Our research is or was funded in part by NIH, NSF, ARO,ONR, and the University of Minnesota.
The core members of the lab are Dr. Yuhong V. Jiang, Dr. Tal Makovski,Dr. Khena Swallow, Ms. Bo-Yeong Won, and Birgit Fink
Research in our laboratory focuses on how cognition constrains perception and action. We are interested in how humans perceive, attend, learn, and remember visual information. Our work, situated at the border between perception and higher-level cognition, reveals the influence of cognitive factors, such as attention and working memory, on visual perception
more info: http://jianglab.psych.umn.edu/Welcome.html