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Perception and Action

Research includes auditory neural coding, visual processing in complex environments, representation of time and space, sensorimotor grounding of concepts, and links between sensory systems and more central processes such as language, music, cognition, decision making, and emotion. We are also interested in the role of sensory processes in deficits due to ageing and Alzheimer's Disease, and in the use of sensory and motor measures as biomarkers for disease progression. Our work combines behavioural methods and eye-tracking with measures of the underlying neural processes using fMRI and EEG. We also use state-of-the-art virtual environments to study space and body perception.

For questions and further information please ask Professor Chris Plack.

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