Ned Chandler-Mather


I completed my Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons) at The University of Queensland. My honours thesis was supervised by Dr Ada Kritikos and Professor Timothy Welsh. I investigated the cognitive processes underlying the social inhibition of return (sIOR) effect using motion-capture. This effect is thought to shed light on how we successfully engage in  joint action with other agents.

I am currently working as a Research Assistant in the UQ PandA Lab where I am further examining the cognition of joint action. I intend to begin a PhD in 2018.