Phoebe Asquith

Research group:
Cognitive Science
Email:
AsquithPM@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
029 208 70365
Location:
CUBRIC, Maindy Road

Research summary

My research investigates the neural substrates of optic-flow parsing: I am interested in how the brain separates self-motion from real motion of objects ‘out there’ in the world.

Teaching summary

Level 1 - Undergraduate psychology tutor conducting statistical and project writing tutorials as well as practical report marking.

Full list of publications

 

Research topics and related papers

My research investigates the neural substrates of optic-flow parsing: I am interested in how the brain separates self-motion from real motion of objects ‘out there’ in the world. This can help us to understand how we navigate through our environment, calculate our heading direction as well as recognise stationary and moving objects in our surroundings.

Funding

Cardiff University School of Psychology
EPSRC

Research group

Cognitive Science

Research collaborators

Prof Simon Rushton

Undergraduate education

MA Psychology University of St Andrews 2007 - 2011

Postgraduate education

MSc Cognitive Neuroscience University of York 2013/14

Employment

Teacher of Mathematics / Pastoral Tutor / Learning Support Assistant at Scarborough Sixth Form College
Self-Help Group Researcher and Coordinator for Anxiety, Depression, OCD and PTSD at Survivors Charity