the five classic senses of vision, hearing, touch, smell and taste
have been studied in isolation by psychological and neuroscientific
researchers. However, in the last few years, numerous examples of
crossmodal interactions have been documented. This research has
emphatically shown that even early sensory processing within a single
sense is modulated by information in and attention towards the other
We are studying the integration of information across the sense
modalities using a variety of paradigms and techniques. This exciting
area of research is changing the way we view our senses, and contributing
important new insights to the understanding of the brain.
are always looking for volunteers to participate in our research
studies [find out more].
Check out the
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Music Perception and Cognition [find out more]
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