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A primary research focus of mine is how basic visual processes interact with higher-level aspects of perception. For example, I have recently been interested in how visual aesthetics can influence other aspects of visual processing, including the possibility that visual aesthetics are driven in part by more basic visual mechanisms. I am also exploring how social information is automatically taken into account and prioritized by the visual system.