I obtained a degree in BSc Psychology (1st class) from UCL in 2012. For my final year project, I worked with Prof Alan Johnston on duration perception in the visual system using psychophysical methods. Currently, I am a third year PhD student funded by the BBSRC. At the moment, I am investigating the spatial frequency content of feedback signals in the visual system using fMRI. My research interests include vision, predictive coding and consciousness.
Ayhan I., Revina Y., Bruno A., and Johnston A. (2012) Duration judgments over multiple elements. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 1-8.
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