We do research on perception and action in individual and social contexts, using sensory illusions, motion-tracking, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. We’re located at the University of Stirling in Scotland, and interested in answering questions like: “How do we effectively copy an action we have never done before?”, “Which areas of the brain are involved in different types of movement?”, “How do we distinguish ourselves from other people?”, and “What can neuropsychological studies tell us about human perception and motor control?”.

Please get in touch if you’re interested in hearing more about our work, or if you would like to do an internship, PhD, or postdoc in the lab.