In the first session, you will play an object size discrimination game whereby you will be blindfolded and will only be able to touch or hear the objects in order to estimate their size.
The second session will use a similar object size perception task, but this time we will record your brain activity with an electroencephalogram (EEG). EEGs are non-invasive, don’t hurt and involve wearing an EEG cap. They externally record signals coming from the brain and will tell us how this helps you perceive the world.
The sessions will take about 60 minutes each and they can be conducted either on the same or on separate days. The research will be held in a laboratory at the University of Bath or in the Wolfson Centre at University College London.