Object Individuation: What are the Constituents?


The project is centered on the role of objecthood in multiple object individuation, and involves a combination of EEG and behavioral measures.

Specifically, we address the core characteristics of visual stimuli that allow for individuation to take place, both in youth and senescence.

While influential theories on individuation propose that individuation operates over “disconnected” entities, we have recently found that individuation can operate efficiently also on object parts.