Professor

Dr. Thompson’s research is concerned with human visual cortex development and plasticity. With regard to aviation, he is interested in techniques that can enhance performance on new visual tasks such as those encountered during training programs for pilots and air traffic controllers.

Graduate Supervision:

Dr. Thompson is currently on assignment in Hong Kong and as only able to accept graduate students as a co-supervisor. His graduate students work on a variety of topics relating to human visual cortex neuroplasticity.

Selected Publications:

  • Abuleil D, McCulloch D, Thompson B. (2020). Modulation of binocular rivalry with rapid monocular visual stimulation. European Journal of Neuroscience. https://doi.org/10.1111/ejn.14971
  • Raveendan RN, Krishnan AK, Thompson B. (2020). Reduced fixation stability induced by peripheral viewing does not contribute to crowding. Journal of Vision. Vol.20, 3. doi:https://doi.org/10.1167/jov.20.10.3
  • Raveendran RN, Tsang K, Tiwana D, Chow A, Thompson B. (2020). Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation reduces collinear lateral inhibition in normal peripheral vision. PLOS One. 15 (5): e0232276.
 
Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo

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