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Gemma Gray (Assistant Professor- teaching focused)

Gemma Gray




Mental imagery; Auditory imagery; Individual differences, hallucination proneness and schizotypy; Neuropsychology and rehabilitation.

Broadly speaking I’m interested in mental imagery, and the interaction between imagery and perception. My research focussed on individual differences in auditory imagery vividness and proneness to hallucination-like experiences. I’m also particularly interested in music imagery and ‘earworms’ (persistent musical imagery).

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