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Durham University

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Professor Marko Nardini

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Professor in the Department of Psychology
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 43255
Room number: L71

(email at marko.nardini@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

I work on perceptual and cognitive learning and development. See my webpage for more info and current research.

Research Groups

Department of Psychology

Research Interests

  • Visual and multisensory perception
  • Perceptual development
  • Cognitive development

Indicators of Esteem

  • 2016: Action Editor:

    Multisensory Research

  • 2014: Academic Editor:

    PLOS ONE

  • 2014: Editorial Board:

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance

  • 2012: Member of peer review college:

    Economic and Social Research Council, UK

Publications

Supervises

Selected Grants

  • 2017: Leverhulme Trust - 'Learning to Perceive and Act Under Uncertainty' (£258k), with Marko Nardini
  • 2017: PI, Leverhulme, "Learning to perceive and act under uncertainty", £258k
  • 2016: PI, ESRC, "Learning cue combination", £548k
  • 2012: PI, NIHR BRC for Ophthalmology and Special Trustees of Moorfields Eye Hospital, "Development of new tests for visual assessment of infants and children", £148k
  • 2012: PI, NIHR BRC for Ophthalmology and UCL, "New quantitative methods to assess locomotion and navigation in patients with visual impairments", £64k
  • 2011: PI, ESRC, "Economics of perceptual and motor decisions in childhood", £398k
  • 2011: PI, Fight For Sight, "Understanding the developmental course of retinal dystrophies: from genes to behaviour", £168k
  • 2011: PI, Special Trustees of Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL, "New infant vision tests for studying disease mechanisms in inherited retinal dystrophies", £81k
  • 2010: PI, James S. McDonnell Foundation, Scholar Award, "Development of Human Spatial Cognition", $600k
  • 2008: co-I, ESRC, "Learning to combine sense and experience for optimal perceptual judgements", £396k
  • 2007: co-I, ESRC, "Young children’s use of visual landmarks: view matching or cognitive mapping?", £97k
  • 2006: co-I, ESRC, "Perception/action interactions in children's spatial representations", £80k