James T. Enns

Professor and Distinguished University Scholar
phone 604 822 6634
location_on Office address: CIRS Room 4355 | Mailing address: 2136 West Mall
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Research Areas

Education

FRSC, PhD, Princeton, 1984

About

Dr. James T. Enns is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg and Princeton University. A central theme of his research is the role of attention in human vision. He has served as Editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, and has served as Associate Editor for Psychological Science, Consciousness and Cognition, and Visual Cognition. His research has been supported by grants from NSERC, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, the Australian Research Council, BC Health & Nissan. He has authored textbooks on perception, edited two research volumes on the Development of Attention, and published numerous scientific articles on vision, attention and cognitive science.


Research

Research interests include perception, attention, vision, cognition, development, human-machine interaction.


Publications

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Awards

  • Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science Donald O. Hebb Distinguished Contribution Award (2013)
  • Distinguished University Scholar, UBC (2004)
  • Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award (2004)
  • Royal Society of Canada Fellow (2002)
  • Killam Faculty Research Prize (1994)
  • Killam Faculty Research Fellowship (1993)
  • Society of Experimental Psychology Fellow

Graduate Supervision

Dr. Enns is currently accepting graduate students.


James T. Enns

Professor and Distinguished University Scholar
phone 604 822 6634
location_on Office address: CIRS Room 4355 | Mailing address: 2136 West Mall
file_download Download CV

FRSC, PhD, Princeton, 1984

Dr. James T. Enns is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg and Princeton University. A central theme of his research is the role of attention in human vision. He has served as Editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, and has served as Associate Editor for Psychological Science, Consciousness and Cognition, and Visual Cognition. His research has been supported by grants from NSERC, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, the Australian Research Council, BC Health & Nissan. He has authored textbooks on perception, edited two research volumes on the Development of Attention, and published numerous scientific articles on vision, attention and cognitive science.

Research interests include perception, attention, vision, cognition, development, human-machine interaction.

For a list of publications visit, Google Scholar.

  • Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science Donald O. Hebb Distinguished Contribution Award (2013)
  • Distinguished University Scholar, UBC (2004)
  • Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award (2004)
  • Royal Society of Canada Fellow (2002)
  • Killam Faculty Research Prize (1994)
  • Killam Faculty Research Fellowship (1993)
  • Society of Experimental Psychology Fellow

Dr. Enns is currently accepting graduate students.

James T. Enns

Professor and Distinguished University Scholar
phone 604 822 6634
location_on Office address: CIRS Room 4355 | Mailing address: 2136 West Mall
file_download Download CV

FRSC, PhD, Princeton, 1984

Dr. James T. Enns is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg and Princeton University. A central theme of his research is the role of attention in human vision. He has served as Editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, and has served as Associate Editor for Psychological Science, Consciousness and Cognition, and Visual Cognition. His research has been supported by grants from NSERC, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, the Australian Research Council, BC Health & Nissan. He has authored textbooks on perception, edited two research volumes on the Development of Attention, and published numerous scientific articles on vision, attention and cognitive science.

Research interests include perception, attention, vision, cognition, development, human-machine interaction.

For a list of publications visit, Google Scholar.

  • Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science Donald O. Hebb Distinguished Contribution Award (2013)
  • Distinguished University Scholar, UBC (2004)
  • Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award (2004)
  • Royal Society of Canada Fellow (2002)
  • Killam Faculty Research Prize (1994)
  • Killam Faculty Research Fellowship (1993)
  • Society of Experimental Psychology Fellow

Dr. Enns is currently accepting graduate students.