Dr Doug Barrett
Department of Neuroscience
University of Leicester
Lecturer in Psychology
I am interested in theoretical and applied issues in human perception and cognition. I use a variety of techniques to investigate the way the brain integrates and selects sensory information in different tasks and situations. My current projects include a comparison of serial and parallel models of the dual-target cost in visual search and a study investigating interactions between visual working memory capacity and selective attention in schizophrenia.
Barrett, D.J.K., & Pilling, M. (2017). Evaluating the precision of auditory sensory memory as an index of intrusion in tinnitus. Ear and Hearing, 38(2), 262-265.