On January 3 at University College London, Professor John Mollon will give the Bartlett Prize Lecture. The Lecture commemorates Sir Frederic Bartlett, first Professor of Psychology at Cambridge University; and previous Lecturers include O. L. Zangwill, D. E. Broadbent, A. Treisman, M. I. Posner, B. Mishkin, N. J. Mackintosh and A. Dickinson.
Professor Mollon's title is "The different worlds in which we live" and he will discuss the results of a recent study on the genetics of perception, which was carried out in the Cambridge Department of Psychology. The Lecture will be accompanied by a symposium, organised by Dr. Jenny Bosten, in which several members of the Cambridge Vision Lab will describe their work on individual differences in perception.
The Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting programme, which includes the lecture and symposium, can be found here.