Each eye movement we make brings new information to central vision. Most of our research is dedicated to understanding how vision and attention drive shifts in gaze direction, and conversely, how shifts in gaze direction affect vision and attention. To read more follow the link to our Research page.
December, 2016: Farewell and best wishes to Alasdair Clarke as he embarks on a journey south to take up a lectureship at the University of Essex.
October, 2016: Welcoming three Master’s students to the lab: Matilda, Warren, and Karina. Looking forward to a productive year!
August 2016: Dr Alasdair Clarke has been offered a lectureship in the School of Psychology at the University of Essex. Congratulations Alasdair!
May 2016: Happy summer! Congratulations to Anna on her first publication! Nowakowska, A.M., Clarke, A.D.F., Sahraie, A. & Hunt, A.R. (in press). Inefficient search strategies in simulated hemianopia. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
We’re also happy to see Alasdair’s stochastic search model has just appeared in Journal of Vision. [link]
February 2016: Our participants have been throwing lots of beanbags into hula hoops in the service of science, and the paper is now published in Psychological Science: Read the paper!
June 24th, 2015: A bit belated, but congratulations and best of luck to Alex as he moves on to the green pastures of Cambridge! And welcome to new summer research assistants Warren and Chiara.