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Dana Turner

Current Research

Individual differences and demographic factors in colour vision 

Individual differences in translucency perception

Retinal imaging in Parkinson's patients

Dana Turner

BSc (Hons), MSc

Research Assistant

Research Interests

My main areas of for current research are individual differences in visual perception, especially colour and translucency perception. I am also interested in perceptual constancy.

Much of my past work investigates emotion and threat perception in relation to anxiety disorder symptomatology, as well as the development of more ecologically valid methods in this field.

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