Welcome to the BioMotionLab! Directed by Dr. Niko Troje we are a research lab located at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
Our work is focused on questions involving the processing of sensory information, perception, cognition and communication. Enjoy this web site and find out much more about us and our work.
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The Biomotion Lab is looking for new graduate students. It is an exciting time for us as topics are shifting a little bit. We are currently moving from studying biological motion perception with point-light displays to investigating “person perception” by … Continue reading
A new study from the BioMotionLab just appeared in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior. We look at different features that contribute to the perception of sexual attractiveness of another person depicted as a point-light walker that consists of 15 … Continue reading