Jeremy Badler



Research Interests

After beginning his academic life as an engineer, Jeremy gradually transitioned into systems-level neuroscience. His previous work has used oculomotor psychophysics, and to a lesser extent single-unit electrophysiology, to try to elucidate the processes behind timing, prediction, anticipation and causality interpretation in the motor system.  He focused on the differential timing between the major face-related cortical areas, and top-down influences on face processing in general.