I'm a post-doc in psychology at University of Stirling. Prior to this, I worked as a post-doc at Bournemouth University, where I also completed my PhD.
I'm mainly interested in individual differences in unfamiliar face recognition. What are the true boundaries of face recognition and what processes we recruit to tell whether two faces are the same person or two different people? My doctoral thesis examined theoretical and real-world applications of superior face recognition.
If you think you may be a super-recogniser and would like to take part in our research, please email me!