Joshua Stevenson-Hoare

Research student, School of Psychology

Research summary

My research examines the perception of auditory motion  during head movement.  My work aims to  look at how signals received at the ear are integrated with other information  to form a coherent percept of motion.

Teaching summary

Levels 4  & 5 (Yr1 UGD) PG Tutorials – I work with first year undergraduate students  to develop their skills in scientific reporting and statistical analysis.

Research interests

Research topics and related papers

My research examines the perception of auditory motion  during head movement.  My work aims to  look at how signals received at the ear are integrated with other information  to form a coherent percept of motion.   This also includes comparisons with motion perception in other sensory  modalities, and the examination of the various illusions that can arise from  perception during self-movement.

Funding

Cardiff University School of Psychology

Research group

Cognitive Science

Research collaborators

Prof Tom Freeman

Prof John Culling