November 3, 2000

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Noted visual perception researcher receives the Earl Sutherland Prize

Vanderbilt psychology professor Randolph Blake, a national leader in researching visual perception and cognition, received the Earl Sutherland Prize at a Board of Trust luncheon today.

Contact: Elizabeth Latt, (615) 322-NEWS


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