About Professor David Alais

Prof David Alais' research works on perception and sensory processing. He has worked on two major themes over many years: 1) perception of ambiguous and suppressed stimuli through approaches such as binocular rivalry and continuous flash suppression; 2) multisensory integration of vision, touch and hearing. He has lately taken these interests into active perception using virtual reality and motion platforms. Other current projects in the lab focus on how perception is shaped by preceding stimuli (serial dependence) and on behavioural oscillations (perceptual sensitivities varying over time).


Prof David Alais is a research is a full-time research fellow with an active, well-funded research laboratory investigating visual, auditory and audiovisual perception at the School of Psychology

For more information about Prof David Alais, refer to his Academic Profile Online.