The Attention and Control Laboratory is a cognitive neuroscience research group studying attention, training, cognitive control, theory of mind, and task performance using behavioural and neuroimaging techniques.

The Attention and Control Laboratory has a special interest in the capacity limits of human information processing.

If you are interested in working in the lab as a research assistant, honours student, PhD student or postdoctoral fellow, please contact Associate Professor Paul Dux.

Principal Investigator

  • Associate Professor Paul Dux

Postdoctoral Fellows

  • Dr Hannah Filmer

Graduate students

  • Ms Michelle Hall
  • Mr Anthony Harris
  • Miss Kristina Horne
  • Ms Aisling Mulvihill
  • Miss Abbey Nydam
  • Miss Morgan Spence
  • Ms Susan Travis

Research Assistants

  • Ms Ashley York
  • Mr Dustin Venini
  • Ms Claire Naughtin

Honour students

  • Mr Shane Ehrhardt

The Attention and Control Laboratory
McElwain Building (24A), St Lucia
   +61 7 3365 6885
  +61 7 3365 4466

Program Coordinator
Associate Professor Paul Dux