Dr Tegan Penton

Staff details

Position Lecturer in Psychology
Department Psychology
Email Tegan.Penton (@gold.ac.uk)
Dr Tegan Penton

I joined Goldsmiths as a Lecturer in Psychology in May 2021. My research interests broadly focus on motor control, how we perceive our own actions and their consequences, and how these factors relate to social interaction in autistic and non-autistic individuals.

I use a variety of behavioural, eye-tracking, and non-invasive brain stimulation methods to investigate these research areas.



Penton, Tegan ; Catmur, Caroline; Banissy, Michael J. ; Bird, Geoffrey and Walsh, Vincent. 2020. Non-invasive stimulation of the social brain: the methodological challenges. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, ISSN 1749-5016