Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom
Associate Member of the ZiF research group "Competition and Priority Control in Mind and Brain: New Perspectives from Task-Driven Vision"
Jane Riddoch is a leading cognitive neuropsychologist whose research covers visual disorders (agnosia, optic aphasia), disorders of attention (neglect, extinction) and action (apraxia, action disorganisation syndrome) and neuropsychological rehabilitation. Having originally trained as a physiotherapist Jane took a degree and PhD in Psychology. She has published 150 papers in leading international journals and authored/edited 5 books. Jane was President of the British Neuropsychology Society, she has been a treasurer of the Experimental Psychology Society and is currently treasurer of the Federation of European Neuropsychological Societies. She is an Associate Editor of Cortex and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.
The role of learning on binding in vision. Visual recognition in the absence of viewpoint invariance. The effects of configural coding of action on visual attention..