Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science
Autism spectrum disorder
I have a wide range of research interests relating to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and visual perception. At the moment I am particularly interested in how people with ASD make inferences about other people's mental states and personality traits. Conversely, how do typical adults form impressions of those with ASD? What type of perceptual information do people rely on to make these judgments? I am also interested in the more general question of what kind of beliefs people in the population hold about ASD, and whether they differ across cultures
Psychology of driving
I'm interested in cognitive processes involved in driving, including perceptual, attentional and decision-making processes. I'm particularly interested in how these processes differ between individuals who have learned to drive in environments where driver behaviour, accident and fatality rates dramatically differ: for instance, we have carried out a number of studies comparing drivers from the UK with drivers from Malaysia. I'm also interested in how other individual differences may influence performance within the driving domain, including how having an Autism Spectrum Disorder affects aspects of driving skill.
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