Attentional and Perceptual consequences of Action in Uncertain Environment
Research Area: Attentional and Perceptual consequences of Action in Uncertain Environment
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My doctoral work is on the role of statistical regularities of the environment on selective attention and inferential aspects of perceptual processes. My primary concern is on the modulation of attentional and perceptual processes when an agent acts in a noisy environment. Apart from my research work, my major interest is in travelling, I am a nature enthusiast and occasionally goes for forest trekking. My other academic interests are in the history of cricket and political analysis. In my college days, I was a political activist and I critically read and analyze political events.
M.Sc Cognitive Science (2012-14): Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences, University of Allahabad
B.A Psychology(2009-12): Mahatma Gandhi University