MA PhD Camb, FMedSci
Emeritus Professor of Experimental Psychology
I am interested in infant vision, particularly visual and visuomotor development of the dorsal and ventral streams in infants and children.
In infancy, visual traits determine a manual response and the kinematic parameters of each type of response, including reach-and-grasp and surface exploration. These responses reflect the properties of visuo-motor modules which appear in infants from 4 to 12 months old. Since these modules are part of the dorsal cortical stream, they interact with the ventral stream processing in development and in the mature system. My current research is on the perceptual development of infants with hyperopia.
I was the Head of Department from 2001 until my retirement in 2011.
Individual differences in children's global motion sensitivity correlate with TBSS-based measures of the superior longitudinal fasciculus.
Braddick O. et al, (2017), Vision res, 141, 145 - 156
Can Speed Be Judged Independent of Direction?
Manning C. et al, (2017), Perception, 46, 1215 - 1215
Dorsal stream deficits following perinatal brain injury: reduced global motion sensitivity correlated with specific components of visual attention in the ecab (early child attention battery)
Montague-Johnson C. et al, (2017), Perception, 45, 84 - 84
Different trajectories of decline for global form and global motion processing in aging, mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease
Porter G. et al, (2017), Neurobiology of aging, 56, 17 - 24
Human Development: Faces in the Womb
Braddick O., (2017), Current biology, 27, R704 - R706