Education & Training

since 09/2012


Graduate student & IGERT Complex Scene Perception Associate, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

09/2009-05/2012


M.A. (Hons) Psychology, University of St Andrews

2011


UPenn Summer Program in Computational Neuroscience (Supervisor: Prof David Brainard)

03/2011


Practical course Cognitive and Computational Psychophysics at Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

10/2010


Autumn School Advanced Scientific Programming in Python; G-Node, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences & Fondazione Bruno Kessler

2008


Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne

Awards & Funding

since 09/2012


Benjamin Franklin Fellowship, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

05/2011


Miller Prize (Arts), University of St Andrews

05/2011


Malcolm Jeeves Prize (Senior Honours), School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

8/2011-09/2011


Undergraduate Research Internship (URIP), EEG Lab, School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, (Supervision: Dr Ines Jentzsch)

05/2011


Malcolm Jeeves Prize (Junior Honours), School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

12/2010


Applied Vision Association (AVA) Travel Bursary

006/2010-07/2010


Wellcome Trust Biomedical Vacation Scholarship (Supervision: Dr Dhanraj Vishwanath)

Publications

Zeiner, K. M., Spitschan, M., May, K. A., Zhaoping, L. & Harris, J. (2010). Eye movements and reaction times for detecting monocular regions in binocularly viewed scenes [Abstract]. Journal of Vision. VSS meeting Abstract. Link.

Spitschan, M. & Vishwanath, D. (2010). Coordinated smooth pursuit eye movements under artificial control-target mappings [Abstract]. Perception 40, 119. PDF.

Zeiner, K. M., Spitschan, M. & Harris, J. M. (2010). Combination of left and right eye information for texture/density perception [Abstract]. Perception 40, 109. PDF.

Zeiner, K. M., Spitschan, M. & Harris, J. M. (2010). Using monocular regions in binocular scenes to guide our attention in a visual search task. Program No. 776.05/II10. 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2010. Online. Link.

Zeiner, K. M., Spitschan, M. & Harris, J. M. (2010). Using numerosity to explore monocular regions in binocular scenes [Abstract]. Journal of Vision 10(7), article 362. Link.