|Lecturer in Psychology||
Andrew dot P dot Bayliss at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 7499
|Elizabeth Fry Building 1.12|
Dr. Andrew Bayliss's research is primarily concerned with aspects of social-cognitive processing, in particular interactions between attention, emotion and action in social contexts. Current research topics include: Face perception, Eye gaze processing, Objects in social interactions (e.g. personal property) and individual differences in attention.
Get in touch if you'd like to talk about working towards a PhD or would like to gain some research experience!
Personal website: http://baylisslab.wordpress.com
Bayliss, A. P., Murphy, E., Naughtin, C. K., Kritikos, A., Schilbach, L., & Becker, S. I. (in press). ‘Gaze leading': Initiating simulated joint attention influences eye movements and choice behaviour. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Bayliss, A. P., Naughtin, C. K., Kritikos, A., Lipp, O. V., & Dux, P. E. (2012). Make a lasting impression: The neural consequences of re-encountering people who emote inappropriately. Psychophysiology, 49(12), 1571-1578.
Bayliss, A. P., Bartlett, J. Naughtin, C. K. & Kritikos, A. (2011). A direct link between gaze perception and social attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37(4), 634-644.
Constable, M. D., Kritikos, A. & Bayliss, A. P. (2011). Grasping the concept of personal property. Cognition, 119(3), 430-437.
Gareth Edwards, BSc (joining the lab in September 2012)
Visiting Postgraduate Researchers
Mario Dalmaso - visiting from Padova, Italy from October 2012
Megan Howard, Jessica Hutchinson, Sophie Domogala, Vicky Adams, Sarah Heath, Matthew Jais, Naledi Hollbruegge and Lane Binder
Want to join the lab as a Postdoc, PhD, Masters, Undergraduate student or for research experience? Drop me an email!
Project Students 2011-12
Amy Ruff; Sarah Gaskin; Emily Courtenay; Veronica Chung; Stacie Edwards; Tom Casson; Luka Cekeverac; Annie Rust; Elodie Partridge; Oliver Dennis
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