“Making Sense of Visual Thinking”
Professor of Psychology Ming Meng explores the dynamic nature of how we process visual imagery. Scientist Ming Meng and myself have had exciting conversations on the dynamic nature of vision. Our interest has followed a particular emphasis on ideas of how we see color. On this night Ming and I will go public and would enjoy very much for you to join in.
Prof. Meng is a co-author of scientific articles such as “Artistic representations: Clues to efficient coding in human vision” and “Distinct effects of contrast and color on subjective rating of fearfulness”. Prof. Meng is a former Lyme resident, researcher and professor at Dartmouth College now returned to his native country of China. He and his family are in residence in Lyme for three weeks later this month.
If prompted I can seek to have copies of several of Professor Meng’s articles available for reading at the Converse Free Library.