Max is interested in the fundamental principles that govern multisensory integration. Max’s research focuses on how dynamic signals originating from disparate sensory organs influence and interact with one another to give rise to perception. Max’s interest also spans into visual attention and selection, implicit learning, and dynamic aesthetics. In particular, he is interested in how multisensory regularities in the environment can be extracted and used to guide attention, factillitate decision making, and give rise to aesthetic experiences.
office: Cresap 307