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Hans Strasburger, born 1948, is an associate professor of Medical Psychology at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich. He is educated as psychologist and mathematician / physicist with two independent master’s degrees, and theses in
algebra and cybernetics. He holds a doctoral degree and habilitation degree in Human Biology, with expertise in perception, psychophysics, and visual electrophysiology. He held full professorships in perception, cognition, and biopsychology at the universities of Magdeburg, Leipzig and Frankfurt, and lectured in computer music at the Mozarteum
Salzburg. Currently he teaches in Munich and Göttingen. His empirical research is in visual and auditory perception, peripheral vision, crowding, brain lesions, aging, visual
neuroscience and psychophysiology.
Anatomy & Physiology Neuroscience Ophthalmology Psychiatry & Psychology