We are based in the Psychology Department, Centre for Ageing Research at Lancaster University, UK. Our team are primarily interested in the use of eye-tracking techniques in order to infer cognitive processes and/or deficits (e.g. in Alzheimer’s disease). This work enables us to work with populations of neurodegenerative diseases, substance abusers and learning deficits. We work closely with our colleagues at the Universities of Manchester and Nottingham Trent. We also have a growing number of international collaborations that includes New Zealand, Norway, France,

Germany and Switzerland. We are particularly interested in the use of eye movement techniques to create screening tools for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease. Our research is supported by the  EPSRC, NHS & ESRC the Sir John Fisher Foundation. We are currently recruiting participants through JDR (see the Links Page).