Laboratory for Perception and Action
The long range goal of our research is to understand how the brain constructs perception, how different brains do so differently, and how this matters for society. To that end, our four main prongs involve time perception, sensory substitution, synesthesia, and neurolaw. Please explore the menus for more information, and see publications for our latest research results.
Funding for our research has been provided by grants from NIH, NSF, DHHS, DARPA, Guggenheim Foundation, Nicholas and Susan Pritzker, The Renz Foundation, The Wallace Foundation, The Mind Science Foundation, Maria and Alexandra Eitel, and The Hogg Foundation.
David M. Eagleman, Ph.D
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Stanford University School of Medicine
Assistant: Seán Judge