Genna's primary research interests include shape and object perception, contour interpolation, amodal and modal completion and 3D shape perception. He also has secret interests in affordances and categorization. Genna graduated from UCLA in 2014 with his Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, and is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Nevada, Reno. Outside the lab, Genna likes hiking, reading, tea-drinking, scrabble-playing, and occasionally brewing a yummy beer.
Latest posts by Genna Erlikhman (see all)
- Mind-reading, lie-detection and telekinesis with fMRI and EEG – Science fact and fiction - September 14, 2010
- How do 3D movies work? - February 7, 2010