Andrew Meso

Andrew Meso


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    Research interests (short)

    I am interested in dynamic human visual processing as a window into typical and atypical functioning of the sensory brain. I use computer based cognitive tasks, eye tracking and ECG recordings alongside quantitative analysis and modelling tools to study how visual cortex and mid brain areas allow us to make sense of what we see and successfully interact with a dynamic world. I study the basic (fundamental) integratory sensory mechanisms common to all as well as individual differences which might arise from pathological traits such as schizotypy.   


    • QP Physiology
    • Heart-Brain interactions
    • Visual and motor systems
    • QC Physics
    • quantitative methods
    • neuroscience models
    • BF Psychology
    • healthy and pathological variability
    • RE Ophthalmology
    • Visual processing


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