probabilistic models of perception and cognition
our world is a noisy world, and thus our premises and conceptions of physical reality remain subject to doubt. how do we perceive and reason in face of such uncertainty? this graduate seminar will provide a careful introduction to probability theory and the various ways it has been applied to model human perceptual and cognitive behavior.
syllabus (fall 2019)
undergraduate lecture course
a careful treatment of form and function of the (mostly) primate visual neural pathway. will include latest research results.
syllabus (spring 2019)
independent research studies
please contact professor alan stocker if you are interested in performing an independent research study. see also UPenn's center for undergraduate research CURF and UPenn's undergraduate research mentoring PURM program.
next possible semester for independent studies: fall 2019