Kelly commenced a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the School in 2014 after completing her PhD in the Queensland Attention and Control Lab within the School. Since then Kelly has been working with the QACL and the Science of Learning Research Centre. Kelly’s research focuses on how learning and experience shape how we attend to, and process information in the world around us, and seeks to elucidate the neural correlates of these individual differences in information processing.
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I am interested in cognitive and neural changes that underpin training-related information processing improvements. My research also explores how these improvements benefit cognitive limitations, and individual differences that predict the acquisition of improved information processing. Additionally, I am interested in how individual differences affect how we attend to and process information from the visual world.
To see my publications, please go to my website: https://sites.google.com/site/kellygracegarner/