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Cognition and emotion, dog-human interaction, visual perception, animal welfare.
The neurological basis of visual spatial attention.
The influence of emotion on cognition.
Object recognition, somatosensation, neural oscillation
Sleep and cognition, neuroscientific approaches to music.
Neuroscience, attention, vision, event-related potentials, brain imaging, visual deprivation, video games, virtual reality.
Inferential processes in vision.
Functions of the frontal cortex, control of eye movements.
Perception of neuropsychological conditions, control in cognition.
Motor control, handedness, utilisation of sensory information to control action.
Gene-environment interactions, their influence on biological and cognitive processes in the context of psychiatric illnesses.
Interactions between attention, perception learning and action.
Professor in Psychology
Language processing and inferential processes.
Animal cognition, communication, facial expressions.
CyberPsychology, Psychological Time, Psychological Research Methods.
Postgraduate Research Assistant
Dr Murat Ozger
Completed a PhD supervised by Frouke Hermens and Tim Hodgson
Dr Hettie Roebuck
Completed a PhD supervised by Patrick Bourke