Allred, Sarah R
Ph.D. Neurobiology and Behavior, University of Washington, 2006
Professional Summary/CV [.PDF]
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Camden; Rutgers
Areas of Interest
Current and recent projects in my lab include color perception and color memory, rapid perceptual learning, high dynamic range lightness perception, ideal observer models of lightness perception, the influence of scene geometry on lightness perception, and philosophical issues in color constancy. Specific future ideas include Bayesian modeling of size and distance estimation, Bayesian models of perceptual uncertainty. My research approaches include psychophysics, modeling, and collaborations with other labs engaged in physiology.
Sensation and Perception;Color Psychology and Philosophy;Cognitive Neuroscience;Computational Neuroscience;Physiological Psychology;Evolutionary Psychology;Research Methods;Experimental Psychology
Memberships and Professional Service
Society for Neuroscience
Vision Sciences Society
Grants, Honors, and Awards
Vision Training Grant. NEI-UW. Tuition and stipend, 2001-2004.
ARCS Graduate Fellowship. Seattle, WA. (University of Washington) 1999-2001.
Department of Physics Dean's List. BYU. 1996-1999.
Howard W. Hunter Presidential Scholar, Brigham Young University. Tuition and stipend (1995-99).
IBM Thomas J. Watson Scholarship (1995-1999).
National Merit Semi-Finalist (1995)