Dr Martin Thirkettle (Honorary Research Associate)

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Martin has joined The Open University as a lecturer.

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I joined the ABRG in October of 2009 as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate on the IM-CLeVeR project studying the contribution of visual processing and visual pathways to motor learning and action selection. I received my PhD in 2009 from Bristol University where I studied the visual processing underlying human perception of biological motion from point light displays under Drs. Chris Benton and Nick Scott-Samuel. Prior to this I had graduated with a BA(Hons) in Psychology from Sussex University in 2004 and stayed on there for a short spell as a research assistant with Dr. Romi Nijahawan studying cross-modal presentations of the flash-lag effect.

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