Eve Isham, Center for Mind & Brain

Eve Isham is an assistant adjunct professor of psychology. She studies consciousness in spatial and temporal perception, as well as the cognitive factors influencing emotional response, and the comprehension and evaluation of artistic scenes.

Isham investigates the subjective experiences of event timing and event duration during encoding of scenes, navigation, and disorientation and re-orientation within a scene.

Learn more about Eve Isham at her webpage.