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About the Perception Lab

What factors determine whether or not we become aware of sensory processing?

Sensory analyses are often independent of one another, can take place in different brain regions and be completed at different rates. How do they combine across space and time to create subjectively unified experiences? 

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Contact the Perception Lab

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+61 7 3365 6203
Location
McElwain Building (24A)
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Perception Lab
School of Psychology
The University of Queensland

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Perception Lab Staff

Principal Researcher

Picture of 'Associate Professor Derek Arnold'
Room:
MC - 465
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+61 7 3365 6203
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Lab Members

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Office: s330 / Lab: McElwain 430
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(07) 3346 7275
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Publications from the Perception Lab

Reducing the size of the human physiological blind spot through training

Authors:
Miller, Paul, Wallis, Guy, Bex, Peter J. & Arnold, Derek H.
Journal:
Current Biology. 25, R747 – R748.

Why the Long Face? The importance of vertical image structure for biological ‘barcodes’ underlying face recognition

Authors:
Spence, Morgan L & Arnold, Derek H
Journal:
Journal of Vision 18(8): 24, 1 - 12.

Interpreting the temporal dynamics of perceptual rivalries

Authors:
Gallagher, Regan M & Arnold, Derek H
Journal:
Perception, 43, 1239 – 1248 (2014)

Synaesthesia and Colour Constancy

Authors:
Erskine, H., Mattingley, Jason B. & Arnold, Derek H.
Journal:
Cortex, 49: 1082 – 1088.

Attentional-Tracking Acuity Is Modulated by Illusory Changes in Perceived Speed

Authors:
Marinovic, W., Pearce, S. & Arnold, D.H
Journal:
Psychological Science, 24, 174 – 180.

Not all face aftereffects are equal

Authors:
Storrs, Katherine R. & Arnold, Derek H.
Journal:
Vision Research, 64, 7 – 16 (2012).

Featured Researchers at the Perception Lab

Derek Arnold

Derek Arnold

Associate Professor Derek Arnold wants to understand the relationship between brain activity and consciousness.
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