Christina is a Lecturer in Psychology. She teaches on the undergraduate Psychology course. Christina teaches Integrative Perspectives, Schools of Thought and Cognitive Psychology as well as supervising final year project students.
Christina's research interests are:
- visual attention capacity
- attention to dynamic objects
- scene perception
- visual search
- vision for action.
She uses experimental and quantitative research methods in project supervision and is open to any research ideas, though she has a particular interest in perception and cognition. Christina is particularly keen to supervise projects on visual attention, visual memory and perceptual skills. Projects could include how people track moving objects, how people monitor changing scenes, how we search our environments and how we learn to be better aware of the visual world.
- Neuropsychological basis of object representation updating
- Temporal updating in multiple object tracking
- Attention allocation to dynamic scenes.
Sponsors and collaborators
- University of Birmingham Cognitive Neuropsychology Group
- Sydney University Perception and Action Laboratory
- University of Bristol Perception Group
- Human visual attention
- Neurological basis of attention
- Differences between people in sustained attention
- High performance cognition