Dr. Ranxiao Frances Wang
Associate Head for Graduate Studies, Professor of Psychology
I am interested in the basic principles used by humans and other animals to solve various perceptual and spatial problems, as well as how to implement these principles in artificial systems. I have been studying the reference systems and processes underlying human navigation, space perception, object and scene recognition, and visual perception of self motion.
- Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Psych 230: Perception and Sensory Processes
- Psych 334: Vision and Space Laboratory
- Psych 516: Perception
- Wang, Ranxiao F. "Theories of spatial representations and reference frames: What can configuration errors tell us?." Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19.4 (2012): 575-587.
- Xiaoang, Wan, Ranxiao F. Wang, and james a. crowell. "The effect of landmarks in human path integration." Acta Psychologica 140.1 (2012): 7-12.
The two parking garages have been evaluated and no structural issues were found. The problem is just in the exterior brickwork. These problems will be addressed and the garages reopened by the start of classes, although some work will continue into the fall semester.