Control of human voluntary action and sense of agency; somatosensation and bodily awareness: relations between neural information-processing and subjective experience
About this Fellow
The development of information-processing and connectionist models of cognitive processes, particularly of executive functions, memory, knowledge, reading and writing and their application to understanding the cognitive consequences of brain damage
- Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology, University College London
Professor of Social Psychology and Director of the Centre for the Study of Group Processes at the University of Kent.
Psychology Life span psychology Sociology Life span sociology
Perception and action; the role of selective attention in perceptual and motor processes, understanding other people via motor simulation processes, the influence of perception and action on emotion.