The Biomotion Lab space for complex human motions


BMLwalker

Directed by Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Troje,
the lab recently moved from Ruhr-University
in Bochum, Germany to Queen’s
University
in Kingston, Ontario.

Goals

We are working on several aspects of visual perception and
cognition. Our major interest is focussed on questions concerning the
biology and psychology of social recognition. That is:

  • . life detection
  • . conspecific recognition
  • . gender recognition
  • . individual recognition
  • . recognition of an agent’s actions
  • . recognition of emotions, personality traits and intentionality
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