Lisa Libby

There's an old saying, "Don't judge a person until you've walked a mile in their shoes." The logic of this advice draws on a fundamental truth of human psychology: an individual's perceptions of the world, and thus their reactions to it, are influenced by their subjective perspective.

Fred Apoux

Speech can be presented as a summation of frequency bands with amplitude-modulated signals. Each frequency band consists of a fine structure and a temporal envelope. According to this view, listeners can rely on three acoustic cues to understand speech: spectral, fine structure and temporal.

Alex Fennell

My research focuses on using models to understand how individual differences in physiology influence cognition. Specifically, I am using the diffusion model to understand how processes underlying cognitive control are influenced by individual differences in heart rate variability.


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