Hannah Goh

Research Assistant

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I graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Psychology from the University of Buffalo-SIM in 2014. Following that, I spent a year as a research assistant at the Ministry of Social and Family Development, where I explored novel methods of measuring cognitive distortions in offenders. I joined the team at NTU in January, and am currently embarking on a study on Representational Momentum and eyeblinks. I have an interest in cross-modal sensory perception, and am keen to find out more about the neural basis of conditions such as synaesthesia. I am also fascinated by how top-down processing affects the way in which we perceive our surroundings.