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Robert Udale

Postdoctoral Research Associate

I completed my PhD in Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol in 2017.  I started working as a postdoctoral research associate in Masud Husain’s lab in 2018.  I am interested in understanding the roles of attention and decision making in retrieval from visual working memory.  In my recent research, I have been using behavioural experiments and computational modelling to understand spatial feature binding – how we use spatial information to inform recognition decisions (e.g., was this object old or new?).  Currently, I am investing how encoding demands, such as distraction, influence subsequent memory retrieval.

 

Publications. 

Udale, R., Farrell, S., & Kent, C. (Under revision).  No evidence of spatial configurations in visual working memory.  Memory & Cognition.

 Udale, R., Farrell, S., & Kent, C. (2017). Task demands influence comparison strategy in change detection.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. November, 2017.

 Udale, R., Farrell, S., & Kent, C. (2017). No evidence of feature-location binding in visual working memory. Memory & cognition. 45, 1144-1159  

Bennetts, R. J., Butcher, N., Lander, K., Udale, R., & Bate, S. (2015). Movement cues aid face recognition in developmental prosopagnosia. Neuropsychology, 29, 855-860.

Bate, S., Bennetts, R., Parris, B. A., Bindemann, M., Udale, R., & Bussunt, A. (2015). Oxytocin increases bias, but not accuracy, in face recognition line-ups. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10, 1010-1014.