I am interested in how perception and memory can affect actions, and vice versa, how these relationships can be affected by disorders such as autism, dementia and Parkinson’s disease. I am also interested in how to apply cutting-edge Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technologies to address these research questions.
2014-2015 Postgraduate Tutor for Year 1 Psychology students
Selected publications (2014 onwards)
Full list of publications
Research topics and related papers
My PhD investigated how people use visual information and spatial memory in guiding their walking.
Currently I am working with Dr Matthias Gruber to develop a novel VR paradigm for investigating the role of curiosity in learning.
Cognitive Neuroscience, CUBRIC
2001 – 2005: B.Eng Biomedical Engineering, Southeast University, China
2012-2013: M.Res Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
2013-2017: PhD Psychology, Cardiff University
2013: Cardiff University Overseas Research Scholarship
2018: ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Partnership Post-Doctoral Fellowship
2018 - : Research Assistant, Cardiff University (CUBRIC)