My current research is focused on investigating the relationships exist between separate, yet associated high-level visual functions. Specifically, I am interested in how human form is processed during movement through an environment, and whether interactions exist between the neural mechanisms responsible for navigation and those responsible for biological motion processing.
2008-2011 Bachelor of Arts, Double Major in Psychology, University of Western Australia.
2012-2013 Honours in Psychology (Supervisor: Prof. D. Badcock), University of Western Australia. Thesis title: “Evidence Global Shape Processing Is Not
Achieved By Stored Shape Templates”
2013 Beginning of PhD research project, Institute of Psychology, University of Münster.