Alumni

Julian Vilsten, Masters in clinical neuropsychology (2017). Title of thesis: Individual Differences within Retinotopically Defined Primary Visual Cortex (V1) as a Function of the Broader Autism Phenotype. Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

Kayla Royals, 4th year honours student (2016). Title of thesis: Exploring Perceptual Differences in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Examining Susceptibility to the Shepard’s Tabletops Illusion. Awarded First Class (H1). Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

Sarah Fleming, 4th year honours student (2016). Title of thesis: Look at That!; The Nature of Endogenous Orienting In ASD and Typically Developing Individuals. Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

Joel Pinches, 4th year honours student (2016). Title of thesis: Conscious Awareness and the Processing of Object Orientation Under Continuous Flash. Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

Christopher Vamvakos, 4th year honours student (2016). Title of thesis: Conscious Awareness is Required for the Processing of Basic Form in Iconic Memory. Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

Kezia Matheson, 4th year honours student (2016). Title of thesis: Susceptibility to the Size-Weight Illusion in the Course of Typical Development, and its Relationship to Autistic Traits. Awarded First Class (H1). Supervisors: Darren Hocking and Philippe Chouinard.

Joshua Sherman, 4th year honours student (2015). Title of thesis: The effects of Conscious Awareness on Object Size Perception During Brief Prolonged Presentation Durations:  A continuous Flash Suppression Study. Awarded First Class (H1). Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

Daniel Wright, 4th year honours student (2015). Title of thesis: The Dreaded Yellow Dilemma:  Response Bistability, Multitasking, and Intention-Behaviour Consistency Impacts Driver Safety at Intersections. Awarded First Class (H1). Supervisor: Philippe Chouinard.

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