Graduate Student
Department of Psychology, 125-NI
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Adam Reeves


I am a fifth-year graduate student, currently working on my PhD under the supervision of Professor Adam Reeves. Broadly speaking, my research interests involve modelling of attention and crowding. More specifically, I’m interested in the kinds of stimulus conditions and neural mechanisms that enhance or reduce crowding, and the time-course of such effects. Equally, I’m interested in modelling the ways that attention might contribute to the magnitude of the crowding effect, both at a neural and a perceptual level.