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Awareness Group

Description of Research
The simplicity with which we can open our eyes and experience the world around us belies the complexity of the underlying neural mechanisms, which remain incompletely understood. We seek to understand the basis of visual awareness in the brain, and how it breaks down in common neurological disorders such as stroke. In particular, we study how visual attention changes our perception of the world and affects visual awareness, using functional magnetic resonance imaging in combination with visual psychophysics and transcranial magnetic stimulation.



Group Leader: Prof Geraint Rees


Group Members

Micah Allen
Dr Elaine Anderson
Mr Benjamin de Haas
Mr Jinendra Ekanayake
Mr Javier Elkin
Ms Megumi Fukuda
Dr Klaartje Heinen
Dr Rebecca Lawson
Dr Parashkev Nachev
Ms Katharina Ohrnberger
Dr Kristian Sandberg
Miss Chen Song
Takamitsu Watanabe
Dr Joel Winston



 

 





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