Head of the Biomotion Lab
Postdoc. Investigating the sensory control and the functional role of movements in birds and in humans using motion capture techniques and real-time virtual realities.
Ph.D. student in psychology, Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Sciences. Examines the generalization of principles of memory to remembering abstract human movement sequences. She is also working on developing quantitative measures of the accuracy of movement performance as an indication of the quality of memory representations.
Ph.D. student in Psychology. Conducting research on ageing vision and the effect of optic flow on postural control.
Ph.D. student in Psychology. Co-supervised by Lola Cuddy and Niko Troje. Interested in music psychology.
M.Sc. student in psychology. Interested in pigeons’ visual perception and head movements during pecking.
Undergraduate Honours student. Working on the facing-the-viewer bias.