Researchers discover "safety feature" in our perception of self motion

An international research collaboration between York University VISTA Core Member Laurence Harris and researchers in Japan has discovered that our perception of self motion has a previously unknown safety feature. Their discovery involves tactile flow, ...

World leading vision research program receives Canada's premiere grant

York University’s world class expertise in vision research is being recognized by the government of Canada with the nation’s most prestigious research grant. A $33.3 million Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) grant will support the Vision: S ...

Research shows how brain differentiates similar memories

New research out of York University is the first to provide direct evidence of how similar memories with overlapping details are differentiated by the human brain. In the paper titled “The Human Dentate Gyrus Plays a Necessary Role in Discriminating Ne ...

Lassonde professor brings high school students robot to life

New research out of York University is the first to provide direct evidence of how similar memories with overlapping details are differentiated by the human brain.

Concussion research shows lasting brain damage in elite level athletes

York University concussion experts report that young elite-level athletes who have suffered a concussion may have lingering neurological consequences that affect their movement control.  

York researcher receives early career award

York University Faculty of Health Professor Shayna Rosenbaum, of the Clinical Neuropsychology Stream of the Department of Psychology and the Centre for Vision Research, is the recipient of a prestigious award that recognizes research contributions by a ...