### Joan López-Moliner

#### Daniel Linares

Dani studies attention, the perception of time, multisensory events and motion using psychophysical methods. He is the main author of the R package quickpsy to conduct psychometric curve fitting. You can find more information on Dani’s research on his web page

#### David Aguilar Lleyda

David is doing research on decision making and the relations between motor variability and rational decisions.

#### Clara Càmara

Clara is working on the neural basis of adaptation to visuomotor delays.

#### Lisa Knelange

Lisa has started to do her research on how conflicting multisensory information affects the control of action.

Brendan Cameron worked on the multisensory integration of visual and proprioceptive information in reaching movements. Mainly he focused on the propioceptive drift of the hand when vision is not available. He is now at the University of British Columbia in Canada.

Sandra Mouta worked on the perception of temporal passage with complex and biological motion. Now she is at the Universidade do Minho in Portugal

#### Alumni

Cristina de la Malla She worked on temporal aspects of interceptive actions addressing mainly adaptation to temporal delays. Now she is postdoc at the Vrije University in Amsterdam, working in a project on Active Vision with Eli Brenner

Alexis Pérez-Bellido He worked on audiovisual multisensory integration. More specifically on the effects of auditory stimuli on visual aspects. He is now at the Baylor Collage in Houston, TX, USA.

Borja Rodríguez-Herreros He conducted research on the spatio-tempora aspects of hand movements (mainly reaching and interception) and the corresponding neural correlates. He is now at the Service of Medical Genetics, CHUV, Lausanne.

#### External collaborations

Eli Brenner and Jeroen BJ Smeets at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Laurent Madelain at Lille University, France

Salva Soto-Faraco at Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Marc Ernst at Ulm University, Germany

Alan Johnston at UCL, UK

John P Wann at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

Web page made with rmarkdown using R and Rstudio. Content created by Joan López-Moliner