Synaesthesia research

Research environment

The Synaesthesia Research Group is part of the School of Psychology at the University of Sussex

Our research group is supported by the following resources:

Dedicated testing space for our research groups

  • MULTISENSE lab (Simner)
  • Perception, Action and Cognition lab (Ward)

Human Psychophysiology Laboratory (HPL) in School of Psychology

  • a Neuroscan system for EEG/ERP
  • a MagStim TMS rig including a MiniBird navigation system
  • three Eyelink II eye-trackers

Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre (CISC), Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS)

  • Siemens Prisma 3T MRI scanner
  • EEG, fNIRS, TMS, tES, and eye-tracking devices

Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science

  • a combined EEG/TMS system (ANT Neuro): a 64-channel EEG system with a dedicated MagStim TMS brain stimulation and VISOR navigation, allowing precise TMS targeting of brain regions based on individual structural MRIs