People

Arran Reader

Principal Investigator

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Arran received his PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Reading, UK in 2018. He then spent two and a half years working at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. He has been a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Stirling since July 2020.


Student members

Fiona Wesley

MSc dissertation student

Fiona is researching participant free report of experience in the rubber hand illusion.


Lewis Fawcett

MSc dissertation student

Lewis is researching participant expectations in the rubber hand illusion.


Mary Godinho

MSc dissertation student

Mary is studying the effect of postural congruency on the rubber hand illusion.


Julia Gazi

MSc dissertation student

Julia is studying multisensory perception in children using the mirror illusion.


Previous lab members (non-exhaustive)

Daisy Martin

BSc dissertation and placement student (2021)

Daisy worked on a placement with Arran and Dr Laura Schmitz (Leibniz University Hannover) to study the influence of COVID-19 containment measures on joint action. For her dissertation she ran an experiment examining the links between interoceptive sensibility and emotion regulation strategies.


Erin Faulds

BSc dissertation student (2021)

Erin worked on a project examining individual differences in body structure representation.


Pheobe MacKenzie

BSc dissertation student (2021)

Pheobe examined preferred interpersonal distance in nursing students working during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Ryan Doyle

BSc dissertation student (2021)

Ryan examined preferred interpersonal distance in nursing students working during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Manas Bhoskar

MSc dissertation and placement student (2021)

Manas worked on an MSc project examining how risk for eating disorders alters semantic interpretation bias for food and body words. He also worked on a placement in the lab studying reporting transparency in published TMS studies.


Shuming Zhang

MSc dissertation student (2021)

Shuming worked on an MSc project examining how and why hands attract attention.