The Cutaneous Communication Laboratory at Princeton

Amy A. Collins, B. A.


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      Ms. Collins, a Senior Research Assistant, has worked in the Cutaneous Laboratory since 1987 after graduating from Hamilton College. She is interested in individual differences in pattern perception and has been involved with a number of studies in multimodality psychophysics. For example, in one series she has examined the growths of magnitude of suprathreshold stimuli within tactile, visual, and auditory modalities and the interactions among them. She was the senior administrator, coordinating research activities as well as participating in all of the scientific activities of the laboratory. She is currently pursuing a career in counseling and art therapy.



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