We investigate human-machine interaction in a range of endeavours. Rigorous experimental methods are applied to evaluate human-machine interaction and human-robot interaction scenarios and interfaces.
We study the multisensory processing of objects and actions at the signal, brain and behavioural levels. We seek to understand the processes by which multisensory information is combined, represented and acted upon.
We conduct research with infants, children and adults both within and between languages focussing on speech perception, speech production, and related skills such as literacy.
Wednesday 26 November 2015 - 10.00am
Prof Virginia Valian, Professor of Psychology, Linguistics, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences at Hunter College, will present a workshop on Gender Equity for Early and Mid Career Academics.. Read more about Thursday 26 November - Gender Equity Workshop: Prof Virginia Valian
Wednesday 25 November 2015 - 12.00pm
Assoc Prof Margriet Groen from Radboud University Nijmegen, will present a talk entitled, "Audiovisual speech perception and reading: First results of an exploration into the extent and nature of their association". Read more about MARCS Wednesday Afternoon Research Colloquium (WARC): Assoc Prof Margriet Groen
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