Daniel is investigating the state (e.g. arousal/alertness, attentional load) and trait (e.g. genetics, hemispheric white matter asymmetries) factors that influence visuospatial attention asymmetries in healthy people and in people with disorders of attention (e.g. unilateral spatial neglect, ADHD). Daniel is based at Monash University Australia but is supervised by Dr. Redmond O’Connell from the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience and by Prof. Mark Bellgrove at the School of Psychological Sciences, Monash University. Daniel’s research also involves strong collaborative ties with Ger Loughnane from the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering.
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