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Dr Roland Baddeley


My first degree was in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science from Sussex, and after various computer related jobs in industry, I did a PhD with Roger Watt at Stirling University on statistical models of early vision. After post-docs in Cambridge Physiology dept (with Horace Barlow), and Oxford Psychology and Physiology, I got a lectureship in Experimental Psychology at the University of Sussex. I moved at the end of 2003 to Bristol. My research interests include; animal communication, Bayesian modelling, computer models in psychology, statistics of natural images, eye movements, memory and forgetting and motor learning. I teach on the 2nd year course advanced statistics, the third year option Computer models in Psychology, the third year option Computational Neuroscience, and the Masters level course Psychological Statistics. I am organiser of the Research Methods MSc and Masters course organiser.

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  • animal communication
  • Bayesian modelling
  • computer models in psychology
  • statistics of natural images
  • eye movements
  • memory
  • forgetting