Professor, Faculty of Science
I also have a strong interest in how we optimally study the brain and behaviour. This led me to create the free software package for behavioural science, PsychoPy and the experiment repository Pavlovia.org
Initially developed just for my lab, PsychoPy has become a very popular package with tens of thousands of users from all over the world. See PsychoPy usage stats for further details.
A great deal is known about the initial steps of visual processing. We know that humans have neural mechanisms selectively tuned to simple patterns of particular spatial frequencies and orientations. Much later in the visual pathway, in inferotemporal (IT) cortex, cells respond to extremely complex visual patterns such as images of faces. Very little is known about intermediate levels of visual processing, where early visual signals are presumably combined to represent increasingly complex visual features. Characterising those intermediate mechanisms is the primary interest of my lab.
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