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Hello, everyone! I am a lecturer (assistant professor equivalent) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Liverpool in the UK.

Here you will find my latest projects, publications, videos and more! Check out my online experiments and demos and virtual Ganzflicker exhibit, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions, comments, or are interested in collaborating.


My research is focused on individual differences in mental imagery, including imagery "extremes", and how this contributes to (anomalous or divergent) perception. Click here to see my talk about a novel predictive processing model of divergent perception (now published, here), which you can also try out for yourself!

I am also an advocate for open science and citizen science. Click here to watch my latest video featuring three invited speakers at Open Research Week 2024, answering the question: Is open science really open for everyone? I have also collaborated with citizen scientists on some very exciting projects on imagery and aphantasia. Click here to watch my 2022 talk on the diversity of human imagination and take a look at the poster summarizing these findings, presented at VSS 2022 (click here for the poster and video summary). The first manuscript based on this work is now a preprint on PsyArXiv!

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