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Mark Haselgrove

Associate Professor, Faculty of Science

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Research Summary

My research examines the mechanisms and properties of learning in humans and non-human animals. I am particularly interested in understanding how animals attend to and represent stimuli within the… read more

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Current Research

My research examines the mechanisms and properties of learning in humans and non-human animals. I am particularly interested in understanding how animals attend to and represent stimuli within the world. Most of my research has employed techniques such as appetitive Pavlovian conditioning with rats, and autoshaping with pigeons. More recently I have become interested in the relationship between schizotypy and cue competition in humans.

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