Skip to main content

Dr Soazig Casteau

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology
Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing 


Research Interest

My research is at the intersection between psychology and neuroscience, I am interested in the properties of the saccadic system trying to establish a low level approach to study the underlying processes guiding eye movements in simple and complex visual scenes.

Main research interests and methods

- Spatial and temporal properties of visually guided saccadic eye-movements.
- Experimental cognitive psychology: Interactions between cognitive processes, visual perception, attention and working memory.
- Voluntary and automatic attentional guidance, covert and overt attention, motor programming.

- Eye tracking (Eyelink II, Eyelink 1000, Dual Purkinje Image Eye-tracker, Cambridge Research System).
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS).
- Psychophysics


Experimental psychology Society (EPS)

Vision Science Society

Women in Science Database (WISDATABASE)

R-Ladies Global Organization

Women in vision UK 


Conference Paper

Journal Article

Supervision students