Alexander Anwyl-Irvine is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.
http://www.irvine.science (personal home page)
Alex Anwyl-Irvine's research focuses on modelling and predicting the cognitive and neurological development of typical and atypical children, particularly in relation to social and environmental moderators -- for example, socioeconomic status.
Alex is also a developer at Gorilla.sc, an online experiment builder. This strand of his work focuses on how to collect and analyse big data from the web, and how to ensure good data quality.
Electrophysiological recording techniques
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Associated News Items
Anwyl-Irvine AL, Massonnié J, Flitton A, Kirkham N, Evershed JK (2019), “Gorilla in our midst: An online behavioral experiment builder” Behavioral Researh Methods
Clarke ADF, Mahon A, Irvine A, Hunt AR (2016), “People are unable to recognize or report on their own eye movements” Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology