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Ganzflicker: Using light-induced hallucinations to predict divergent perceptual experiences

A talk given at the AFCLab/CARLA talk series on 18 March 2024, breaking down my new model and how it can be used to understand hallucinations. Also presented in condensed form at the Aalborg mini-symposium on synaesthesia, perception, and individual differences.

Is open science really open for everyone?

The closing keynote session of Open Research Week 2024.

Open Science discussions typically revolve around data sharing, reproducibility, and transparency in the research process - but to be truly open, it is important to be mindful of equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in this process.


Andy Jones – How to be an inclusive supervisor/principal investigator

Maddi Pownall – How to make science more open for underrepresented scholars

Tatsuya Amano – Language barriers in open science

Session co-organized with Loukia Tzavella, Fellow of Institute of Population Health University of Liverpool.

Ganzflicker: Past, present, and future of light-induced psychedelic experience

Talking about my recent Ganzflicker work as well as the latest iteration of the divergent predictive perception model in detail, presented at the University of Sussex in March 2023.

A novel model of divergent perception

Presenting my model in detail, including motivation from previous research, a summary of the model, and behavioral and neural predictions. My symposium talk presented at ECVP 2022 in Nijmegen.

Differences in subjective and objective imagery

A 6-minute run-through of my poster presented at V-VSS 2022, explained in more detail in my video "The diversity of human imagination". Click here for a pdf of the poster (to try out the experiments, click on the running person symbol in the pdf).

The diversity of human imagination

Using interviews and a test battery to classify mental imagery differences. Presented at the Didsbury SciBar, April 2022

Watch the Ganzflicker experience with music!

What do you see in the Ganzflicker? The 10-minute video that elicits pseudo-hallucinations. Don't watch if you have epilepsy!

Watch 3-minute theory: Why people see different things in the Ganzflicker!

A theory on the interaction between visual flicker and natural brain rhythms

My first talk about Ganzflicker!

This presentation was recorded for V-VSS 2021

I also like to talk about open science!

This presentation was recorded for Open Research Week 2022

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