Dr Erin Goddard

Dr Erin Goddard

School of Psychology

I received my PhD in 2011 from the University of Sydney, before completing postdoctoral positions at the University of Sydney and Macquarie University in Sydney, and at McGill University in Montréal, Canada. I joined UNSW in 2020. My research aims to understand the workings of human visual system and its interaction with related brain systems (e.g the influences of task, attention and memory on visual processes). I use behavioural methods (psychophysics) as well as neuroimaging (fMRI and MEG). I am currently funded by the Australian Research Council, working on projects to investigate the neural mechanisms underlying two phenomena in visual perception: feature binding and colour constancy, and in resolving visual ambiguity. For further details of my research, see http://goddardlab.psy.unsw.edu.au/

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Mathews Building F23, 10.14

ARC Discovery Project, 2022-2026. Making sense of ambiguity: brain system interactions and visual uncertainty. $554,463 (Goddard, E & Woolgar, A)

ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, 2020-2023. Understanding the neural dynamics of colour constancy and feature binding. $426,979 (Goddard, E)

My Research Supervision

Jean Hsieh (PhD)

Ella Robinson (hons)

Naomi Wells (hons)


My Teaching

PSYC2071 Perception and Cognition

PSYC3361 Research Internship

PSYC4103 Honours Elective: Tools for Neuroscience