A / Prof Derek H. Arnold
School of Psychology
The University of Queensland
St. Lucia, Qld, Australia, 4072
Ph: +61 7 3365 6203
What factors determine whether or not we become aware of sensory processing?
Sensory analyses are often independent of one another, can take place in different brain regions and be completed at different rates. How do they combine across space and time to create subjectively unified experiences?
Marinovic, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2012). Separable temporal metrics for time perception and anticipatory actions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 279: 854 - 859.
Marinovic, W., Pearce, S. & Arnold, D.H. (2013). Attentional tracking acuity is modulated by illusory changes in perceived speed. Psychological Science, 24: 174 – 180.
Arnold, D.H. & Yarrow, K. (2011). Temporal recalibration of vision. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 278, 535 - 538.
Arnold, D.H., Erskine, H., Roseboom, W. & Wallis, T.S.A. (2010). Spatio-temporal rivalry: A perceptual conflict involving illusory static and moving forms. Psychological Science, 21, 692 - 699.
Johnston, A., Arnold, D.H. & Nishida, S. (2006). Spatially localised distortions of perceived duration. Current Biology, 16, 472 - 479.
Arnold, D.H., & Johnston, A. (2003). Motion induced spatial conflict. Nature, 425, 181 - 184.
2009 - 2013: ARC Discovery Grant & Australian Research Fellowship Human Time Perception (Arnold) AUD 394,000
2011 - 2013: ARC Discovery Grant
The Emotional Face (Lipp & Arnold) AUD 171,722
2008 - 2010: ARC Discovery Grant
Determinants & Consequences of conscious visual awareness (Arnold, Grove & Lipp) AUD 181,000
2006 - 2008: ARC Discovery Grant & Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship
Motion & Spatial Coding in Vision (Arnold & Johnston) AUD 320,000
2008: University of Queensland, Research Excellence Award
Identifying the neural mechanisms for time perception (Arnold) AUD 60,000