About Associate Professor Thomas Carlson

A/Prof Thomas Carlson's research focuses on uncovering the brain mechanisms that support human perception.

A/Prof Thomas Carlson is the head of a computational and theoretical neuroscience research group in the School of Psychology at the University of Sydney. Their research uses neural decoding methods to study how the brain represents information; and how the structure of information in brain representations relates to and can be used to predict behaviour. The Carlson reasearch group also use functional magnet resonance imaging (fMRI) to study how information is represented in different brain areas, and magnetoencephalography (MEG) to study how the brain dynamically processes information in time with millisecond precision.

A/Prof Thomas Carlson is a reasearcher at the School of Psychology, and a member of the Brain and Mind

For more information about A/Prof Thomas Carlson, refer to his Academic Profile Online.