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Neil Mennie

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science

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Research Summary

Cognition (a biological phenomenon), specifically visual cognition.

Event Related Potentials (ERP) and eye tracking methodology to explore aspects of our use of gaze in complex environments.

Spatial Cognition

Orangutan eye movements

Clinical work with Nystagmus Patients

Selected Publications

  • SHAHIMIN, MM, SALIMAN, NH, MOHAMAD-FADZIL, N, MOHAMMED, Z, RAZALI, NA, MUTALIB, HA and MENNIE, NR, 2014. The Use of an Infrared Eye Tracker in Evaluating the Reading Performance in a Congenital Nystagmus Patient Fitted with Soft Contact Lens: A Case Report. In: HORSLEY, M, TOON, N, KNIGHT, B and REILLY, R, eds., Current Trends in Eye Tracking Research Springer. 123-128
  • TAN SHERN SHIOU and TOMAS HENRIQUE MAUL, 2013. Measuring the Performance of Visual to Auditory Information Conversion PLOS ONE.
  • SHERN SHIOU TAN, TOMAS HENRIQUE BODE MAUL, NEIL MENNIE & PETER MITCHELL, 2010. In: Swiping with Luminophonics
  • HAYHOE MM, DROLL, J and MENNIE, N., 2007. Learning where to look. In: R. VAN GOMPEL, M. FISCHER, W. MURRAY, & R. HILL, ed., Eye movement research: Insights into mind and brain Elsevier. Oxford. 641- 660
  • MENNIE, N. N, HAYHOE, M. M, STUPAK, N and & SULLIVAN, B., 2005. Sources of information for catching balls. Oral Presentation. [Abstract Journal of Vision. 5(8), 383a, (In Press.)
  • BRAUN, D and MENNIE, N. & GEGENFURTNER, K., 2005. Pursuit eye movements to equiluminant targets In: Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual meeting. Washington, USA. Poster. (In Press.)
  • MENNIE, N., 2002. Eye movements and visual search in everyday tasks. Experimental Psychology (DPhil), At: University of Sussex, UK (In Press.)
  • MENNIE, N., 2000. The use of vision by a de-afferented individual in everyday action. In: 2nd Symposia on The Cognitive Processes Underpinning Everyday Actions. Univ. of Aston, UK. Oral presentation. (In Press.)

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