Current work focuses on hearing and multisensory perception (see research). In everyday life, we rely on the proper interplay of our different senses to perceive the world. For example, we can selectively combine or segregate the evidence provided by each sense to guide our actions, e.g. when using lip movements to 'hear better' in a noisy environment. Our work seeks to understand when and how the brain selects and combines sensory and other information to guide behavior.
Feb 2022: New paper out in eNeuro on the rubber hand illusion.
Nov 2021: New paper on multisensory integration with multiple stimuli in Scientific Reports.
Code and stimuli used in previous research
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