Diana's poster wins 1st prize at TeaP!

Diana Kollenda from the group of Benjamin de Haas won the 1st prize of this years TeaP poster competition.

Her poster on 'Seeing it differently: The AmbigObj stimulus-set depicting ambiguous drawings of small-large and animate-inanimate object pairs' presents a new stimulus set of ambiguous shapes, which Diana produced, validated and used for a first study with intriguing results.