Pascal Wallisch
Pascal Wallisch

Pascal Wallisch serves as clinical assistant professor of psychology at New York University, where he heads the Fox lab.

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May 18 2018 3:36 PMWe’re Only Beginning to Truly Understand Laurel vs. YannyHere’s what we know so far, how explanations of the phenomenon have fallen short, and how you can help us understand what’s really going on.
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Dec. 5 2017 12:32 PMWhy Can You “Hear” This GIF?Scientists don’t actually know yet. But we have some vague ideas.
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April 12 2017 10:48 AMTwo Years Later, We Finally Know Why People Saw “The Dress” DifferentlyRemember “the dress”? It disrupted our understanding of color, and, yes, it took science two years to catch up. 
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March 18 2015 4:25 PMCan You Recognize a Psychopath?TV doesn’t do justice to this serious, dangerous, neurologically distinct condition.
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Feb. 27 2015 10:38 AMLessons From the DressVision is fundamentally ambiguous—but usually not this ambiguous.
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April 17 2018 1:30 PMAre Student Evaluations Really Biased by Gender? Nope, They’re Biased by “Hotness.”There have been suggestions that students are sexist in their evaluations. We pulled data on 1 million professors to assess.
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Oct. 12 2017 1:38 PMThe Shoe Is the New DressCan understanding visual opposition help us understand political opposition? It can’t hurt!
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March 3 2016 1:01 PMThe Meme That Spawned a Science Bonanza What have we learned from a year’s worth of research on “the dress”?
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March 2 2015 12:15 PMWhat Colors Did You See?Take a poll to help guide research on the ambiguous dress.