Research Output per year
I am part of the Crossmodal Cognition Lab at the University of Bath. My research interests broadly centre around sensation and perception, and more specifically focus on Sensory Substitution; using technology to 'swap' the information available in one sensory modality, to another. My PhD is looking at using this technology to help provide greater access to exercise for visually impaired persons. I also have an interest in performance psychology and the study of mindfulness and flow state.
Outside of psychology, I am always happy to have a chat about human-food co-evolution, the influence of technology on modern society, and how science can (or should) impact policy.
Cognitive Neuroscience, Master in Science, University of Sussex
20 Sep 2016 → 30 Sep 2017
Sport and Exercise Science, Bachelor of Science, University of Portsmouth
9 Sep 2013 → 28 Jun 2016
Reading with the Tongue: Individual Differences Affect the Perception of Ambiguous Stimuli with the BrainPortRichardson, M., Lloyd-Esenkaya, T., Petrini, K. & Proulx, M., 24 Apr 2020, CHI '20: Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Association for Computing Machinery, p. 1-10 10 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
How Much Spatial Information Is Lost in the Sensory Substitution Process? Comparing Visual, Tactile, and Auditory ApproachesRichardson, M., Thar, J., Alvarez, J., Borchers, J., Ward, J. & Hamilton-Fletcher, G., 1 Nov 2019, In : Perception. 48, 11, p. 1079-1103 25 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article