Departmental Lecturer in Perception and Psychophysics
- Chairman of Experimental Psychology Teaching Policy Committee
- Fellow of Worcester College
My research focuses on the neural basis of perception and conscious awareness, including the visual perception of motion, models of perceptual decisions, and disorders of perception and conscious awareness arising from brain damage such as found in patients with blindsight and visual neglect.
Absolute and relative blindsight.
Balsdon T. and Azzopardi P., (2015), Conscious Cogn, 32, 79 - 91
Thresholds for detection and awareness of masked facial stimuli.
Heeks F. and Azzopardi P., (2015), Conscious Cogn, 32, 68 - 78
Illusory motion perception in blindsight.
Azzopardi P. and Hock HS., (2011), Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 108, 876 - 881
Evaluation of a 'bias-free' measure of awareness.
Evans S. and Azzopardi P., (2007), Spat Vis, 20, 61 - 77
Cerebral activity related to guessing and attention during a visual detection task.
Azzopardi PJ. and Cowey A None., (2002), Cortex, 38, 833 - 836