1st November 2022
Time for a lab news update. Lots happening at the moment. Firstly we have another couple of papers at various stages of review from our work on timing in autism. The ESRC grant came to an end some time ago, but we are still working through the large data set. One of the studies involved participants completing simultaneity judgements of audiovisual speech stimuli at a range of stimulus onset asynchronies. As with our previous paper on interval and event timing we found no significant difference between the perfomance of our participants with autism and the control group.
This month we have welcomed a new member to our research team Ms Sadie Mayo. Sadie has just started on the MRes and will be working on the filled-duration illusion for her dissertation. Our current MRes student Ms Yuxi Fu has just finished her studies, her dissertation also explored the filled-duration and the effect of delay and order. This work will form the basis of a journal article at some point in the near future. Thank you for your hard work Yuxi and good luck in your future studies!
Lastly I (Luke Jones) have continued to give interviews to the media about the distortion of time during COVID-19 and the associated lockdowns. The latest was for Philidelphia Magazine and you can find it here.
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