Dr. Kun Guo is a reader in Cognitive Neuroscience at the School of Psychology, University of Lincoln. He completed a Bachelorís degree in Human Physiology at Nanjing University in China, and a PhD degree in Cognitive Neuroscience at Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research is focused on visual attention and perception, particularly visual information processing and its relation with environmental statistics and adaptive behaviour in humans and non-human animals. His group combines the methodologies of behavioural measurements, eye-tracking, psychophysics, neurobiology, brain imaging and computational modelling to investigate a range of research questions in social attention, face and scene perception, and human-animal interactions, and has produced over 50 research publications in the leading academic journals.
Visual attention and perception, Visual Neuroscience