Stavros Hadjisolomou
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I am primarily interested in the physiological and anatomical organization underlying behavior and how ecology shapes nervous systems through adaptation. I investigate how animals sense, encode, and process information from their environment. I am currently studying sensorimotor integration and information processing systems in cephalopods. More specifically, I’m investigating spatial vision, transfer function, learning and neuromuscular control underlying the chromatophore startle response and jet-escape in cephalopods.

Previously, I have studied how the nervous systems in octopodes control and coordinate arms and sucker rings to sense and interact with their environment. I studied the biomechanics of the octopus arm that enable locomotion and how this hyper–redundant system allows for sophisticated object manipulation.

My side projects include: how differences in visual acuity and contrast sensitivity enhance visual pattern recognition
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August 9

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