Readership: Cognitive psychologists
Edited by Julia Trommershauser, Assistant Professor, Center for Neural Science, New York University, Edited by Konrad Kording, Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University, and Edited by Michael S. Landy, Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, New York University
Julia Trommershäuser spent three years as a postdoctoral researcher at New York University. From 2004-2009, she was a researcher in the Department of Psychology at Giessen University, Germany, funded by an Emmy-Noether Research Award by the German Science Foundation (DFG). She currently works at the Center for Neural Science at New York University on questions in
the field of human decision-making under risk and uncertainty.
Konrad Körding is an Assistant Professor at Northwestern University. His lab focuses on the statistical processing of information in the sensorimotor system.
Michael Landy is a Full Professor of Psychology and Neural Science at New York University. His research concerns visual and visuomotor behavior, often comparing human
performance to that of a statistically ideal participant.
I. Theory and Fundamentals
1. Ideal-Observer Models of Cue Integration
Landy, Banks, & Knill
2. Causal Inference in Sensorimotor Learning and Control
Wei & Körding
3. The Role of Generative Knowledge in Object Perception
Battaglia, Kersten, & Schrater
4. Generative Probabilistic Modeling: Understanding Causal Sensorimotor Integration
Vijayakumar, Hospedales, & Haith
5. Modeling Cue Integration in Clutter
Sahani & Whiteley
6. Recruitment of New Visual Cues for Perceptual Appearance
7. Combining image signals before 3D reconstruction: The Intrinsic Constraint Model of Cue Integration
Domini & Caudek
8. Cue Combination: Beyond So-Called "Optimality"
Rosas & Wichmann
II. Behavioral Studies
9. Priors and Learning in Cue Integration
Seydell, Knill, & Trommershäuser
10. Combining Vision With Audition and Touch, In Adults and In Children
Burr, Binda, & Gori
11. The Statistical Relationship