John Plass is a graduate student working in the Visual Perception, Cognition, and Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratories in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University. Broadly speaking, he is interested in perceptual inference, attention, and awareness. His recent work has focused on processes underlying audiovisual integration and multisensory body perception. His interest in meditation comes from an interest in the epistemic and therapeutic implications of the effects of meditation on perception. Previously, he earned his master’s degree in Buddhist Studies from Fo Guang University in Taiwan, where he focused on Buddhist meditation traditions in the context of epistemology and philosophy of mind.
This profile was last updated on February 26, 2020