Julian is a cognitive scientist studying the relationship between metacognition, consciousness and related cognitive processes. In his work he uses visual experiments to infer how attention and memory interact to develop a sense of awareness and trust for the things we experience. He submitted his doctoral thesis in 2018. This thesis was an interdisciplinary work between the cognitive neuroscience and philosophy departments at Monash University. He recently joined the Cognitive Neurology Lab at Monash University as a postdoctoral research officer.
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You remember that time when ...
We all know memory isn’t perfect, but how different people focus their attention on an event will affect what they remember.