Elizabeth Johnston

MA, St. Andrew’s University, Scotland. DPhil, Oxford University. Special interests in human perception of three-dimensional shape, binocular vision, and the perception of depth from motion; author of articles and book chapters on shape perception from stereopsis, sensorimotor integration, and combining depth information from different sources. SLC, 1992–

Undergraduate discipline: Psychology
Graduate program: Child Development Program

Courses taught in Psychology

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Art and Visual Perception
  • Mindfulness: Neuroscientific and Psychological Perspectives
  • Narrative Neuropsychology
  • Principles of Psychology: Brains, Minds, and Bodies
2012-2013
  • Memory Research Seminar
  • Mindfulness: Neuroscientific and Psychological Perspectives
  • Narrative Neuropsychology
  • The Feeling Brain: The Biology and Psychology of Emotions
2011-2012
  • Art & Visual Perception
  • Life and Work: Biography, Autobiography, and Memoir in Psychology

Courses taught in Child Development Program

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Art and Visual Perception - Graduate
  • Mindfulness: Neuroscientific and Psychological Perspectives - Graduate

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