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Experimental Psychology

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Our department consists of 30 internationally recognised scholars and a diverse graduate student population.

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PALS Methods - TMS with Professor Joe Devlin

Find out about the method of transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, that Professor Joe Devlin uses here in the Department of Experimental Psychology.


Gioia De Franceschi

Gain control, or normalisation, is thought to be a canonical computation implemented by the brain. My PhD project asks how gain controls regulate visual responses in the two major brain targets of the eye - the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) and superior colliculus (SC). My work aims to understand the role of gain controls in…

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