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Tabea-Maria Haase

PhD Student

University of Bristol, Bristol // Macquarie University, Sydney

Currently, I am a second year PhD Student in Bristol, studying motion perception and visual attention. My project focusses on the 'Motion Silencing Effect', a visual illusion where a feature change in a display is 'silenced' by motion. I am trying to understand what drives this illusion; which cognitive and neural processes may underlie this phenomenon and how visual attention may manipulate motion silencing. Previously, I graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Psychology (2020).

Tabea-Maria Haase
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visual perception, motion, perception, visual attention, motion silencing, psychophysics, MEG, decision Modelling


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