Are goal states represented during kinematic imitation?
Cole, G. G., Atkinson, M. A., D'Souza, A. D. C., Welsh, T. N., & Skarratt, P. A. (2018). Are goal states represented during kinematic imitation?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 44(2), 226-242. https://doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000429
Visual and auditory selective attention; visual search; social cognition and joint action; decision-making.
Dr Skarratt welcomes applications to study any aspect of visual and auditory attention, as well as how these processes mediate social cognition, and executive functions such as decision-making.
Current PhD supervision:
Tom Peney: The effect of virtual immersion on human educational development (commencing September 2021).
Khia Dobbinson: The oddity effect: Applying principles of human psychology to an ecological question. (2019).
Alex Spence: Investigating the modulation of cognition and event-related potentials relating to visual attention, working memory, and executive control in habitual videogame players. (2016).