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Department of Psychology

Research

How do we know what is real? From hallucinations to false memories, our brains can fool us into perceiving things that are not "out there" in the world. I am interested in the processes that give rise to these perceptual and cognitive distortions known as altered states of consciousness. Specifically, my research focuses on the neural dynamics of the sleep onset period and the hypnagogic state.

PhD Candidate
Research Assistant

Contact Details

Room 213, Craik-Marshall Building
Downing Site, Cambridge
CB2 3EA
Classifications: 
Person keywords: 
multi-sensory perception
consciousness
Insight
Metacognition
schizophrenia
EEG
connectionist modelling
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