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Key Research Interests


My general research interests concern visual attention and scene understanding.  In particular, I am interested in the process by which the visual system categorises a scene, and, in turn, how the visual system utilises this information to guide gaze.  I predominantly use eye-tracking and have started combining this with TMS.

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Key Responsibilities

Year Abroad Team Member

Visiting Students Co-ordinator


Dr Malcolm is a Lecturer in Psychology, having joined UEA in 2016. He did his undergraduate degree at St Andrews, Masters at York and PhD at Edinburgh. He has worked as a research assistant at Harvard Medical School, Princeton and University of British Columbia, and has been a post-doc at Edinburgh, Glasgow, George Washington University (USA) and the National Institute of Mental Health (USA).

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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