From neuroscience to society: A multi-disciplinary study of human perception and cognition
Grant number: FT140100807 | Funding period: 2015 - 2020
This project aims to use a multi-disciplinary approach to investigate the factors influencing human perception and cognition - from the level of basic neuroscience, through to the wider impact felt by individuals and society when these functions are either impaired or enhanced. This will inform the basic research question of how the brain generates a conscious experience, identify the relationship between altered visual cognitive function and clinical symptoms of psychosis, and determine the current prevalence and neuroethical issues associated with the non-medical use of drugs to enhance cognitive or perceptual function within Australia.
Related publications (8)
Aberrant connectivity in auditory precision encoding in schizophrenia spectrum disorder and across the continuum of psychotic-like experiences
Kit Melissa Larsen, Ilvana Dzafic, Hayley Darke, Holly Pertile, Olivia Carter, Suresh Sundram, Marta Garrido
BACKGROUND: The ability to generate a precise internal model of statistical regularities is impaired in schizophrenia. Predictive ..
Selective impairment of global motion integration, but not global form detection, in schizophrenia and bipolar affective disorder
D Bennett, A DLuzniak, S CROPPER, T Partos, S sundram, O Carter
Recent evidence suggests that schizophrenia is associated with impaired processing of global visual motion, but intact processing ..