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Summary: I am interested in using behavioural methods and techniques from cognitive neuroscience to investigate perception, action and cognition interactions across a variety of domains.
Location: Room 2.06, School of Psychology
My research interests are linked to human performance. Specifically, I am interested in a) perception-action-cognition interactions, b) neural correlates (mainly EEG/ERPs) of decision-making processes (e.g. in driving), and c) the application of psychology to health-related contexts, e.g. minimally invasive surgery and dentistry. Thus far, I have approached questions related to these research areas using a combination EEG/ERP, kinematic and behavioural techniques.