In B-REAL (The Becker-Remington Eye Movement & 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. The Lab is jointly led by the fiery Stefanie Becker and the fearless Roger Remington, and we are interested in a variety of topics revolving around attention and eye movement control. We are known for our work on involuntary attentional capture, especially the role of goal-driven and stimulus-driven factors in attentional capture, and tuning of attention to relative features. However, members of the lab are working on a diversity of topics, covering the range from cleverly designed behavioural experiments to neuro-physiological methods (EEG, fMRI, TMS, tDCS).
You can find individual emails and contact details and reprints of publications through our People page
If you are interested in joining the lab as a research assistant, honours student, PhD student or postdoctoral fellow, or if you would simply like to gain research experience as a volnteer, please contact Stefanie Becker or Roger Remington by email:
Located in the School of Psychology
McElwain Building (24a)
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD, 4072