Thomas Sanocki, PhD
Visual cognition is a primary process by which the mind understands the world. Sometimes called the "Visual Brain," visual cognition is a sophisticated interface involving intelligence-infused mechanisms that are powerful and adaptable. Visual cognition may be humankind's fastest route to learning.
My research is motivated by the need for humane design in many domains. Our existing cultural environment was designed for expedience and profit, as were our banking systems. We can't afford design-for-greed! Design-for-greed is stressing the most productive workforce ever (as well as children, students, and everyone else!). Redesign now for humans, so we can live and grow in a safe and healthy climate that is driven by humanity rather than greed.