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Department of Psychology

Recognising objects depends on dynamic transformations of information from vision to semantics - but in the real world, our understanding of what we see is shaped by the environment. When we see an object, we are already in a complex and rich environment and this leads to expectations about the things we are likely to see. My research tests how the environment changes the dynamics of visual and semantic activity in the brain, using a multimodal brain imaging framework based on fMRI, MEG, EEG and mobile EEG, with emerging methodologies including augmented reality, computational modelling, multivariate analyses, neural oscillations and brain connectivity.

Sir Henry Dale Fellow
Not available for consultancy