Cognitive Processes

One of the school’s core strengths lies in human cognition, with particular strengths in language, cognitive development, visual perception, social cognition, and memory. Much of our work is predicated on interactions between these domains.

The Cognitive Processes research theme consists of the following five research groups:

People in the Cognitive Processes theme.

Cognitive Processes

Areas of current focus:

  • Language production, perception, and comprehension
  • Typical and atypical cognitive development
  • Memory encoding, storage and retrieval
  • Social cognition and evolutionary social psychology
  • Vision: from basic perceptual processes to social perception
  • Tactile action and perception (see Bristol Tactile Action and Perception Group)
  • Camouflage: http://camolab.com/