Dr. Buxbaum Writes Invited Blog for Psychonomics Society

Laurel J. Buxbaum, PsyD, recently wrote an invited blog for the Psychonomic Society. Her piece, entitled “#time4action: Using eyegaze to understand object-related action and goal knowledge” discusses some of the latest research on how visual attention and eyegaze are guided or distracted by objects that share similar purposes and manipulations.

Dr. Buxbaum is associate director of Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute and director of MRRI’s Cognition and Action Laboratory, which focuses on studying the behavioral and brain bases of skilled action and object use in healthy and stroke participants.

Read the article on Psychonomic.org

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