University of Birmingham
Psychology Title

Psychology

CPL


Computational Psychology Lab

Members

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Head
Dietmar Heinke d.g.heinke@bham.ac.uk

Collaborators
Howard Bowman (UoB/University of Kent), Pia Rotshtein (UoB), Wieske van Zoest (UoB), Alan Wing (UoB), Chris Miall (UoB), Andrew Schofield (Aston Uni), Carmel Mevorach (UoB), Matej Kristan (Ljubljana), Thomas Trappenberg (Halifax, CA), Shan Xu (Beijing Normal), Francois Osiurak (Lyon), Ahmad Abu-Akel (Lausanne), Joo-Hyun Song (Brown University), Jasper Robinson (University of Nottingham), David N. George (University of Hull) .

Post docs
Dominic Standage Computational neuroscience dominic.standage@gmail.com
Fan Zhang Computational modelling F.Zhang@bham.ac.uk
Peter Holland State space models P.J.Holland@bham.ac.uk

PhD students
Julia Wolska Automatic processing of Navon-stimuli juliawolska@gmx.de
Jordan Deakin Visual attention JXY622@student.bham.ac.uk
Jordan Wilson Modeling of visual attention JXW1172@student.bham.ac.uk
Jingtao Yang Bayesian model comparison JXY622@student.bham.ac.uk

Previous lab members
Vilius Narbutas Computational modeling of visual search
Zorieh Yousefi Agent-based modelling
Shan Xu Affordance and Awareness
Yishin Lin Bayesian hierarchical modelling
Phil Woodgate Towards understaninding visual selective attention: A choice reaching task approach
Soeren Strauss Cognitive robotics approach to visual guided reaching in a multi-object environment.
Greg Carslaw Agent-based modelling of social processes.
Diana Orghian Social Cognition.
Yuanyuan Zhao The effect of varying luminance on Inhibition of Return.
Giles Anderson Top-down modulation of visual attention by cueing in a conjunction search.
Christoph Böhme Computational stimulation of action-driven visual attention and selection.
Andreas Backhaus Computational modelling of visual search and perceptual learning with the Selective Attention for Identification Model (SAIM).
Martin Kreyling Computational modelling of spiking neurons.  
Erini Mavritsaki Biologically plausible neural networks (spiking neurons), computational modelling of visual attention in time and space.
Yaoru Sun    

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