Fox, Robert (Bob), Department of Psychology
Department of Psychology
512 Wilson Hall
My long-term interest has focused on binocular vision, which refers to how the two eyes work together, and on the specific phenomena related to binocularity: fusion, stereoscopic depth, and binocular rivalry. A special emphasis has been the induction of these phenomena by random arrays of elements. Although most of the work has involved normal adult human observers, some issues related to development have been examined in which the observers are infants, young children, and elderly adults. In addition, the discovery that persons with mild mental retardation encounter difficulty perceiving second order stimuli has motivated an inquiry into the relationships among perception, retardation, and intelligence.