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Visual perception and action

I investigate how we perveive the world using visual information and how we use this information to guide our actions.


Specific research areas:

— 3D shape and contour perception

— Motion perception

— Optic flow processing

— Motion extrapolation

— Visual interpolation and integration

— Bayesian perception


Human judgement & decision making

I also study human judgement and decision making, exploring the extent to which these can be classed as optimal under appropriate constraints.


Specific research areas:

— Perceptual, cognitive and perceptuo-motor decision making under risk

— Perception of randomness

— Computational rationality


Research methods

I use a combination of behavioural methods (from psychophysics and cognitive psychology) together with computational modelling techniques. I occasionally dabble in neuroimaging…