Charles Spence

Fellow & Tutor in Experimental Psychology; Professor of Experimental Psychology and Head of the Crossmodal Research Laboratory
Department of Experimental Psychology

Charles Spence is the Fellow and Tutor in Experimental Psychology.

His research is concerned with the way in which information from our different senses is integrated to form the unified percepts of the world around us. He has been awarded the British Psychology Society Cognitive Section Prize (2002), the 10th Experimental Psychology Society Prize (2002), the Paul Bertelson Prize from the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (2003), and in 2005 the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany: ‘in recognition of past accomplishments in research and teaching’.

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