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Eri Ichijo


DPhil Candidate

  • Clinical Social Cognition (Bird Lab)
I am interested in understanding the link between autism spectrum disorder (ASD), alexithymia, and sensory perception. In particular, I plan to explore typical and atypical pain perception using computational modelling, with a special focus on predictive coding. I combine psychophysiological and behavioural measures to study how perceptual uncertainty can be modulated in the context of pain perception.
I aim to analyse how these processes are influenced by individual and group differences in autistic and alexithymic traits, and interoceptive abilities. My work is supervised by Dr Geoff Bird, Dr Michel-Pierre Coll, and Dr Patricia Lockwood.

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