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Danielle Smith

  • Psychology B.Sc (Hons)
  • Demonstrator
  • University of St Andrews/Fife Science Festival

    Research interests

    sensory symptomsmanagingmonocular zones Autism: treatmentsstereopsisVision: binocular vision

    About

    I am a final-year Psychology student at the University of St Andrews. My principal research interests lie in the field of visual perception. I am currently investigating the effect of monocular zones on binocular scenes for my Senior Honours project. My future research plans are to build on what I’ve learnt as an undergraduate, possibly branching out into other aspects of visual perception. In the course of my research, I have learned rudimentary MATLAB programming and I hope to expand my programming knowledge whilst doing my PhD.

    Professional experience

    Demonstrator

    University of St Andrews/Fife Science Festival

    September 2010 - Present

    Research Assistant

    School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

    September 2009 - Present

    Hospital Librarian

    Royal Edinburgh Hospital

    February 2006 - Present

    Unpaid Internship

    School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

    June 2010 - September 2010(3 months)

    Paid Internship

    School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

    June 2009 - August 2009(2 months)

    Son-Rise Program Facilitator

    Autism Treatment Center of America

    February 2008 - April 2009(a year)

    Education history

    Psychology B.Sc (Hons)

    University of St Andrews

    September 2007 - Present