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How do we find what we are looking for in a visual scene?

Our everyday environment contains lots of objects, but we need to find what we are looking for out of the cluttered environment, and we often need to do so quickly. If you miss an obstacle on the road while driving, for example, its consequence can be grave.Luckily, our visual system (or, more generally, attentional system) can use various cues to facilitate this search.This project will investigate what cues the visual and attentional system uses, and how they affect behavioural and …

Study level
Vacation research experience scheme
Faculty
Faculty of Health
School
School of Psychology and Counselling

Corporate social and environmental performance information and related accountability practices

Due to stakeholder attention, companies are increasingly disclosing social and environmental performance information within their annual and corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports. OutcomesThis study will investigate whether these disclosures reflect real performance, and thereby create accountability practices by corporations. Both Australian and international companies are the focus of this project.The project considers both qualitative and quantitative methods.

Study level
Master of Philosophy
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