Hazel Godfrey | Postdoctoral Scientist

Hazel oversees the prosopagnosia studies in the lab and manages our prosopagnosia database. She is also working on multiple projects characterising various brain functions in prosopagnosia including object recognition, scene perception, and colour vision. Hazel did her PhD in cognitive psychology at Victoria University of Wellington.

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Sumaya Lamb | Staff Scientist

Maya is working on training paradigms that may improve face recognition skills in typical and prosopagnosia participants. She is also exploring frequency-based EEG as a potential biomarker of high-level mechanisms in visual recognition. Maya has an MSc in cognitive neuroscience and a BSc in psychology and criminology.

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Daniel Jenkins | Staff Scientist

Daniel is investigating the mechanisms of rapid face perception in several contexts: face detection, unconscious face perception, and first impressions from faces. Daniel has an MSc in cognitive neuroscience, a BSc in biology, and a BA in psychology and philosophy.

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Ella Macaskill | Summer Scholar

Ella is looking at various ways to measure lower-level mechanisms of face perception in typical and prosopagnosic participants. She is also exploring the potential of webcam-based eye tracking to study overt attention in prosopagnosia . Ella is completing a BA in psychology and education and is also a member of Alia Martin’s baby lab.

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Jaiden Cancian | SCIE306 student

Jaiden is a second-year student majoring in psychology and criminology. This summer he is doing a SCIE306 in the lab investigating laterality effects in face perception. Jaiden previously worked as a research volunteer working on binocular rivalry and face perception.

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