completed my PhD at the University of Southampton under the supervision of Prof
Wendy Adams and Dr Matthew Garner. Following post-doctoral positions
at the University of Southampton, I took up a lectureship in the School
of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences at the University of Reading in 2014.
My principal research interests lie in the areas of visual attention and perception. My research group investigates the visual processing of faces and facial
emotion. We use a variety of techniques including visual
psychophysics, binocular rivalry, continuous flash suppression (CFS),
and electroencephalography (EEG).
I am always keen to hear from students, either at BSc or
MSc level, who want to get involved in research. Each year
the University of Reading offers a number of funded
PhD studentships. If you are seeking PhD supervision in the
areas of face perception or facial emotion processing, please drop me an email
to discuss potential projects.