Ryan Anderson (lab alumnus)
Position: Former Honours Student (2016)
Dr. Oliver Baumann (primary)
Research while in the Mattingley Lab
My current research is focused on the role of temporal complexity in detecting audio-visual correspondence. Specifically, I am adapting psychophysical tests of audio-visual correspondence detection for use in prospective fMRI studies, with the purpose of exploring the neural mechanisms which facilitate the use of temporal complexity as a cue for multisensory integration.
- Sensory analysis and processing
- Multisensory integration
- Perceptual narrowing