Visual perception and action

Research in this lab includes study of the human visual system and, in particular, how the human brain uses visual information to perceive the world and guide action. We use a combination of behavioural experiments with human participants together with computational modelling terchniques to address a range of research questions. Specific research interests include:

  • 3D vision
  • Contour and shape
  • Speed and motion perception
  • Visually guided action
  • Optic flow processing
  • Perceptual and perceptuo-motor decision making
  • Bayesian models of perception
  • Sensory integration.

Principal investigators

Name Job title Email address
Paul Warren Senior Lecturer
Rebecca Champion Lecturer
Johan Hulleman Lecturer