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Brittney Hartle, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher @ York University 

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As a vision scientist with a curious mind, I have dedicated my career to unraveling the intricacies of human behaviour and decision making. My PhD in experimental psychology as imbued me with extensive experience conceptualizing, designing, programming, and executing end-to-end research projects that take advantage of the latest data collection, advanced statistical techniques, and sophisticated data visualization methods to communicate complex insights through accessible presentations, reports, and published papers.

I am always eager to connect with fellow researchers, industry professionals, or anyone interested in vision science and human behaviour.

Research Interests

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at York University in Toronto, Canada. My current research focuses on the perceptibility of aviation-relevant visual illusions in flight simulators to enhance pilot training protocols.


My research career focuses on the perception and interactability of objects in virtual environments. My applied research projects have focused on a variety of different industry sectors, including assessing the perceptibility of illusions in flight simulators during pilot training, measuring real world visual distortions in augmented reality prototypes. assessing binocular vision requirements in military aviation, and preferences for depth and movement in 3D film.

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