Perception and Attention

Memory and Thought

Language and Conceptual Systems

Education in Math, Science, and Technology

Foundations of Cognitive Science

The Neural Theory of Language and Thought

The World Color Survey

Learning Complex Motor Tasks

Perceptual Organization in Vision

Metaphors in Language and Thought

Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Cognition

Control of Automated Vehicles

Crosslinguistic Studies of Early Language Development

Understanding Explanatory Coherence

Children's Theories of Mind

Spatial Cognition

Neuropsychological Studies of Mind and Brain

Biologically Motivated Computer Vision

Soft Computing

Cognition and Action

Biologically Motivated Computer Vision

Professor Malik from Computer Science studies computer vision, but from a perspective that is strongly linked to psychological and neurobiological evidence from human and primate vision. He has been a leader in formulating and implementing biologically plausible models of vision that are also consistent with much of the known literature in human psychophysics. Together with a number of collaborators, he has proposed precise and sophisticated models of texture discrimination, stereoscopic depth perception, and motion perception.