Oculomotor Lab

Doris Chow

Research


I am broadly interested in how our brain enables us to perceive our multisensory and dynamic environment coherently. My current research explores the interaction between eye movements and optic flow perception, to develop a test of motion sensitivity using eye movements in aging and patient populations. This work has been supported by UBC Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, and Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

Before UBC, I investigated the development of multisensory perception between vision, audition, and touch, using psychophysics, electroencephalography and pupillometry.

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Note: I publish under my official name which is Hiu Mei Chow. For conference abstract/proceedings, please check out my personal website.

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