Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology, University of Manchester
I use a combination of behavioural and computational methods together with neuroimaging to investigate neural mechanisms associated with human perception and cognition. I am particularly interested in: i) human visual perception with a specific emphasis on motion perception and ii) mechanisms of human judgement and decision making.
Suppose you toss a coin and get four heads in a row what do you think will come up on the fifth toss? Many of us have a gut feeling that a tails is due. This feeling, called the Gamblers Fallacy, can be seen in action at...