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Jason Clarke

Lecturer of Psychology

Jason is an experimental cognitive psychologist working on uncovering the psychological and neural processes underpinning conscious and unconscious processes. In his research research, he explores the role that attention and expectation play in conscious and unconscious perception, the capacity, duration, and fidelity of visual sensory and short-term memories, and, more recently, illusions of time and what they can teach us about how perception of time is represented in the central nervous system. He is also interested in the so-called hard problem of consciousness, or how brains and conscious experience are related.