Ahamed Miflah Hussain Ismail
Project Title: Comparative Cognition, Sensory Systems and Decision Making
Summary: After graduating from University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, I currently pursue my PhD in the Visual Perception Lab here at Queen Mary, supervised by Dr. Isabelle Mareschal and co-supervised by Dr. Miles Hansard.
The broad aim of my research is to understand high level adaptation to natural scene properties and their functional relevance for behavioural aspects of vision like visual search. My research interests include global image statistics, adaptation, visual search and eye movement strategies and I use a combination of psychophysical techniques and eye tracking.
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