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Alejandro Estudillo

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science

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Teaching Summary

I currently teach:

- Cognitive psychology (C81COG)

- Statistical methods (C81STM)

- Practical methods in psychology and cognitive neuroscience (C82MHC)

- Neuroscience and behaviour (C82NAB)

- Neuropscychology (PSGY3046)

Research Summary

My research focuses on understanding how our visual system provide us with information about the world that we can use to recognize and interact with objects, environments and people. I am interested… read more

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Current Research

My research focuses on understanding how our visual system provide us with information about the world that we can use to recognize and interact with objects, environments and people. I am interested in visual perception from the most basic level (e.g. how we discriminate between different shapes) to the most complex (e.g., face and object recognition). To provide this understanding I use techniques such as eye-tracking -which allows tracking where participants are looking-, EEG-ERP -to measure participants' brain activity while viewing certain stimuli, such as faces and other objects-, and classical behavioral and psychophysical paradigms.

Research Interests

  • Face perception and recognition
  • Object perception and recognition
  • Shape perception
  • Mathematical cognition

I would be interested in enquiries from potential PhD students in the above topics.

School of Psychology

University Park
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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