Understanding the neural dynamics of integrated perceptual decisions (2022–2025)

This project aims to characterise the brain processes involved in perceptual decision-making. While scientists have a good understanding of how people make decisions about the properties of individual sensory inputs, much less is known about how the brain integrates information across multiple sensory sources that differ in their salience and fidelity. The project expects to elucidate the neural mechanisms responsible for these integrative perceptual decisions, using a combination of brain imaging and behavioural measures, computational modelling and real-time neurofeedback. This should provide significant benefits for developing more effective approaches to training individuals in professions that rely on optimal decision-making skills.
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
  • NHMRC Leadership Fellow
    Queensland Brain Institute
    Professorial Research Fellow
    School of Psychology
    Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
  • Research Fellow
    Queensland Brain Institute
    Affiliate Research Fellow of School
    School of Economics
    Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Funded by:
Australian Research Council