Tom Foulsham

Readerat University of Essex
United Kingdom
Focus area: Augmented Reality, Computer Science, Engineering, Psychology, Cognitive Studies, Surveillance, Security, Wearables,Connected self

I am a cognitive psychologist investigating vision and visual cognition. This has often involved using eyetracking and other techniques to understand how attention functions in complex, social and dynamic situations. I received my PhD from the University of Nottingham and subsequently carried out postdoctoral research at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Current interests include investigating attentional and representational biases in art, as well as applying eyetracking to realistic situations including galleries.

Journal Articles:
General Articles

Eye Tracking, Spatial Biases and Normative Spectatorship in Museums

October 2020