Visual perception and its development in early childhood; in particular, spatial, motion, binocular vision, and vision for action, and their underlying brain mechanisms in typical development and developmental disorders
About this Fellow
Psychological and neural mechanisms of attention, awareness, working memory and cognitive control; Load theory: the effects of information-processing load on attention, perception, and cognition; emotion effects on attention and perception
- Professor of Psychology and Brain Sciences, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Clinical psychology; phenomenology, diagnosis, neural basis, & treatment of depression & post-traumatic stress disorder; psychological care following major incidents
The cognitive and social foundations of rationality & language; general principles of cognition; philosophical, economic & policy implications of cognitive science.
Sign language as a model to understand human language generally: neuroimaging studies of commonalities in processing spoken & signed languages; the influence of modality of communication on language structure; sociolinguistics of Deaf communities.