Time in Brain and Behaviour Laboratory
Dr. Hinze Hogendoorn
+61 3 8344 3895
Our brain needs time to process what our senses tell us. As a result, we are always living in the past: we act and choose on the basis of outdated information. So how is it possible that we can return a tennis serve or drive through fast-moving traffic?
Using psychophysical, behavioral, and neuroimaging techniques, we try to answer questions such as how time is encoded in the brain, and how the brain keeps track of time. We have several projects available for potential Honours and PhD students, so please get in touch to find out more!
Link to main Time in Brain and Behaviour Laboratory website
Dr. Hinze Hogendoorn (Principal Investigator)
Dr. Stefan Bode, Psychology
Prof Allison McKendrick, Optometry and Vision Science
Prof Tony Burkitt, Biomedical Engineering
This research project is available to PhD students to join as part of their thesis.
Please contact the Research Group Leader to discuss your options.
This Research Group doesn't currently have any projects
Faculty Research Themes
School Research Themes
Cognitive Psychology and Behavioural Neuroscience
For further information about this research, please contact Principle Investigator Dr. Hinze Hogendoorn
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Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
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