My research investigates the role of facial features (eyes, nose, mouth) in face perception and recognition using event-related potential (ERP) and eye-tracking techniques, with a particular focus on examining individual differences in adults with and without an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
I use eye-tracking and electroencephalography (EEG) to answer questions about how gaze direction influences the way we perceive and respond to faces.
My research employs electroencephalography (EEG) to investigate the neural implications of social and emotional processing across development.
I am a fourth year student working towards my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Currently, I am working on my honours thesis, which focuses on early neural activity in response to the presentation of various facial expressions.
I am a fourth-year undergraduate student working towards my BSc in Psychology.
I am a fourth year undergraduate student working towards my BSc in Psychology.
My Master degree focused on Joint Comprehension and the neural mechanisms of the Social N400. In this research we looked at what happens in the brain when people hear something that they know will be confusing or misunderstood by someone else.