Co-founded the Vision Sciences Lab at Harvard
Visual Psychophysics in Perceptual Oraganization, Visual Attention, Visual Memory, and Face Perception
Research interests: Phenomenology of visual perception, visuo-motor coordination and its perception, and individual differences
Ken Nakayama received his BA from Haverford College and PhD from UCLA. Originally trained in the field of visual electrophysiology in animals, he subsequently developed research programs using human subjects, applying the broad techniques of visual psychophysics to address many questions relating to perceptual organization, visual attention, visual memory, and face perception.