Peter is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology since April 2021. His research focusses on understanding the control and learning of actions and sequences of actions. He is interested in the use of virtual reality as a tool for experimentation and rehabilitation. Additionally, he is interested in the intersection of video games and psychology and the effects of 'gamification'. He employs a range of techniques including behavioural experiments, EEG and computational modelling.
- Doctorate (DPhil) in Clinical Neuroscience, University of Oxford 2011
- BA in Physiological Sciences 2005
Motor control and learning
‘Gamification’ for research and rehabilitation
Different forms of outcome feedback
Planning and execution of sequences of movements
Movement disorders (stroke, Parkinson’s disease etc.)