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Dr Justin OBrien

Dr Justin OBrien
Lecturer in Psychology

Summary

Developmental visual neuroscience, studying the autism spectrum, face perception and psychophysics.

I studied psychology at the University of Exeter, graduating in 1993. I then completed my PhD on the topic of depth perception as part of a BBSRC and BAe Case award at University College London in 1997. Subsequently I worked on functional neuroimaging projects as a postdoc at the MRC’s Visual Development Unit at UCL, studying visual perception in developmental disorders before moving to Brunel in 2002 as a lecturer in psychology.

Qualifications:

PhD Psychology (University College London 1997)

BA Psychology (University of Exeter 1993)

Responsibility

I coordinate the Psychology Open Days, Applicant Days, Outreach Programme and website

Newest selected publications

Girges, C., Spencer, J. and O'Brien, J. (2015) 'Categorizing identity from facial motion'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (9). pp. 1832 - 1843. ISSN: 1747-0218 Open Access Link

Journal article

Girges, C., Wright, MJ., Spencer, JV. and O'Brien, JMD. (2014) 'Event-related alpha suppression in response to facial motion'. PLoS One, 9 (2). ISSN: 1932-6203 Open Access Link

Journal article

Girges, C., Wright, M., Spencer, J. and O'Brien, J. (2014) 'Event-related alpha suppression in response to facial motion'.Federation of European Neuroscience Societies: The Social Brain Conference. Copenhagen. 19 - 8 OctoberOpen Access Link

Conference paper

Girges, C., Wright, M., Spencer, J. and O'Brien, J. (2014) 'Event-related Alpha Suppression in Response to Facial Motion'.Association for Psychological Science 26th Annual Convention. San Francisco, CA, USA.[unpublished]

Conference paper

O'Brien., Spencer, J., Girges, C., Johnston, A. and Hill, H. (2014) 'Impaired Perception of Facial Motion in Autism Spectrum Disorder'.British Psychological Society: Developmental Section, Annual Conference. Amsterdam.[unpublished]

Conference paper
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