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Alberta Ipser

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  • INTO City University London
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My chosen research topic is multisensory processing, specifically audiovisual integration and timing. I am currently focusing on the use of behavioural psychophysics as well as MRI to investigate individual differences in the temporal profile of audiovisual integration. My current doctoral research investigates potential anatomical structures responsible for individual differences in ability to integrate and synchronize audiovisual speech and non speech. I am currently using paradigms such as the McGurk, sound induced flash and stream bounce illusion. I am also exploring the temporal profile of AV speech integration in Dyslexia as well as the relationship between AV integration and timing and reading in the typical population. I plan to extend this research to Autism in the foreseeable future. In addition, I am examining intra-individual consistency of AV timing and integration across low and high level stimuli.

Recent publications

  • Correlation of Individual Differences in Audiovisual Asynchrony Across Stimuli and Tasks: New Constraints on Temporal Renormalization Theory

    • Ipser A
    • Karlinski M
    • Freeman E
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  • The prevalence and cognitive profile of sequence-space synaesthesia

    • Ward J
    • Ipser A
    • Phanvanova E
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Professional experience


City University London

September 2012 - Present

Teaching support

City University

January 2010 - May 2012(2 years)

Research Assistant

Brunel University

June 2008 - September 2008(3 months)



City University, London

September 2010 - Present

Bsc Psychology

Brunel University, West London

September 2006 - July 2009(3 years)


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