In REAL (Remington’s Eye Movements and Attention Lab), we investigate the properties of visual selective attention — our ability to focus on certain visual information while ignoring the rest — and eye movement control. Remington’s Eye Movements and Attention Lab is jointly led by the fearless Roger Remington and the fiery Stefanie Becker, and we are interested in a variety of different topics, including the relationship between attention and eye movements, the scheduling of eye movements in eye-hand coordination tasks and the role of eye movements for perception. Furthermore, we’re exploring the role of automated processes in the allocation of attention, how attention is deployed in depth, and what governs involuntary attentional capture by surprising, rewarding and threatening stimuli.
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If you are interested in working in the lab as a research assistant, honours student, PhD student or postdoctoral fellow, please contact Prof. Remington by email:
r.remington (at) psy.uq.edu.au
Located in the School of Psychology
McElwain Building (24a)
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD, 4072