Phillip Law - PhD

Phillip Law
B.PsychSci (Hons), University of Queensland
PhD student, Monash University
Phillip’s primary research interest and interdisciplinary specialisation is in visual perception and bipolar disorder. With a background in programming (e.g., MATLAB), he is currently completing his postgraduate research under the supervision of Dr Steven Miller, Dr Trung Ngo and Dr Caroline Gurvich.
His research project is examining the individual differences in perceptual rivalry - an phenomenon characterised by alternations in the awareness of different interpretations to fixed visual input - and eye movement profiles in people with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression. His project is investigating endophenotypes and is currently developing a standard system for the objective classification of bipolar disorder. 

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