Human Factors and Applied Cognition
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Wendy L Baccus

Wendy L Baccus

Wendy L Baccus

Human Factors and Applied Cognition

Wendy Baccus is a doctoral student in the Human Factors and Applied Cognition Program working with Dr. James Thompson. She received her B.A. in psychology from George Mason University in 2008. Her research interests include action perception, motor learning, as well as the integration of form and motion with respect to biological motion.

 

 

 

Publications and Presentations

Thompson, J.C., & Baccus, W. (2012). Form and motion make independent contributions to the response to biological motion in occipitotemporal cortex. Neuroimage, 59(1).

Baccus, W., Mozgova, O., Thompson, J.C. (2009). Early integration of form and motion in the neural response to biological motion. Neuroreport20, 1334-1338.

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