Psychology Colloquium: Dr Kiley Seymour: This talk will not take place as scheduled and has been postponed until 2023.
Dr Kiley Seymour, Senior Lecturer in Psychological Science, Western Sydney University
My research aims to advance both our basic understanding of human brain function and brain dysfunction through the development, application, and translation of innovative neuroscientific methods. I combine visual psychophysics and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI and MR-Spectroscopy) to investigate the neural basis of conscious visual perception and the brain mechanisms underlying altered states of consciousness, such as those experienced in psychosis (e.g., hallucinations and delusions). Recently, my interests have extended to the field of neurolaw, where I aim to examine the degree to which the Australian system of criminal justice is compatible with the lessons of modern neuroscience.
This is a Hybrid event so you can join in person or via the Webinar link below:
HEYDON LAURENCE LECTURE THEATRE 217 (DT ANDERSON) (You are encouraged to please wear a mask if attending in person)
Zoom Webinar Link: https://uni-sydney.zoom.us/s/82022571425
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