Research Output per year
I joined the School of Psychological Sciences and Health in 2017. My research focuses on face recognition, individal differences, attention, and distractibility. I have now established the Strathclyde Applied Cognitive Psychology Lab, information on our work can be found via this web page - www.strathacpl.com
I completed my degree in Psychology at the University of Glasgow in 2009. I gained my PhD from the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience in 2014, under the supervision of Professor Nilli Lavie (www.attention-focus.com), and funded by an MRC PhD Studentship.
I then held a post-doctoral position in Professor Mike Burton's FaceVar Lab (www.facevar.com) at the University of Aberdeen and then the University of York (2013-2017).
My teaching duties extend across the BA degree and our MSc prgrammes:
Deputy Course Director - MSc in Research Methods
Topic Leader - 4th Year Course - The Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience of Face Recognition (PCNFR)
Topic Leader - 4th Year Course - Psychology Work Placement Class
Topic Contributor - 3rd Year Course - Cognition
Topic Contributor - 2nd Year Course - Cognition & Neuropsychology
Undergraduate Dissertation Supervisor
MSc Dissertation Supervisor
Consolidation, wider reflection, and policy: response to ‘super-recognisers: from the lab to the world and back again’Robertson, D. J. & Bindemann, M., 28 Feb 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : British Journal of Psychology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article
David Robertson (Recipient), 1 Jun 2017
Prize: Other distinction
Activities per year
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in workshop, seminar, course