Vanessa Harrar, PhD

Post-doctoral Research Fellow

Collaborations

Physiologists:

John Stein, Jonathan Tammam & Anna Pitt (Oxford, England)

  • Multisensory and magnocellular deficits in dyslexics, effects of fish oil supplements.

 

Multisensory neuroscientists:

David Cottrell (James Cook University, Cairns, Australia) 

  • Motion perception and adaptation with ambiguous figures

Marc Ernst & Cesare Parise (Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany)

  • Effect of cross-correlations between auditory and visual stimuli on integration.

Ilja Friseen (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)

  • Ventriloquist effect in touch

Elena Azañón Gracia, Nobuhiro Hagura (UCL, London, UK)

  • Reference frame for remapping touch during movements 

Tamar Makin (Oxford University, Oxford, England)

  • Tactile spatial acuity improved from perceptual learning and related FMRI plasticity.

Micah Murray & Ulrike Toepel (Université de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland)

  • Reaction time in exogenous cuing providing behavioural correlates for observed VEPs.

Jelena Ristic (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)

  • Socially cued multisensory integration

Alexis Perez-Bellido (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain)

  • Reaction differences for M/P pathway visual-auditory stimuli

Argiro Vatakis (University of Athens, Athens, Greece)

  • Effects of processing speed on time and duration perception

 

Vision scientists:

Marcus Lappe (Münster, Germany) 

  • Do the known visual saccadic compression effects also exist for the tactile sense?

Laurie Wilcox (Toronto, Canada)

  • Effects of reference frame on the perceptions of symmetry