Marcs research students are engaged in a range of projects that align to the Institute's research programs. Students gain valuable experience during their candidature from research-active staff, opportunities to develop collaborative working relationships through the Institute's cross-disciplinary research focus and access to quality resources and facilities.
Tonya's thesis title is "Phonological and morphophonological aspects of second language learning in children with high functioning autism".
Arnab's thesis title is "A quantitative measure of visual impairments in patients with schizophrenia".
Laurence's thesis title is "Flexibility of native language perception in listeners with a dormant native language"
Leo's thesis title is "Binocular rivalry and unconscious information processing".
Gregory's thesis title is "Potential Biomedical Applications of Gas Array Sensor Technologies Using Dedicated VLSI Hardware Implementing Bayesian Inference for Pattern Recognition and Classification Tasks".
Alison's thesis title is "Playsongs and Lullabies: features of emotional communication and developing mother-infant attachment".
Jaydene's thesis title is "Understanding and producing Portuguese vowels: The case of English vs. Spanish listeners".
Mona's thesis title is "Effects of Native Language Attunement in Early and Late Bilinguals".
Janise's thesis title is "Training Second Language Speech Segmentation".
Sarah's thesis title is "The role of visual information on the perceptual assimilation of non-native speech".
Michael's thesis title is "Communication in Adverse Conditions".
Patrick's thesis title is "Frictional Encoding in Tactile Afferents".
Ming-Wen's thesis title is "Evaluation of Hearing Aid Prescription Performance in Mandarin Speakers".
Yvonne's thesis title is "Unknown".
Sam's thesis title is "Perception, Segregation and Processing of Simultaneous Competing Speech-Signals".
Nhung's thesis title is "Perceptual adaptation to Vietnamese-accented English".
Joey's thesis title is "Music, Language & Implicit Learning".
Tim's thesis title is "Prior Experience and Audiovisual Integration".
Valeria's thesis title is "Perception of English morphophonology by adult native speakers of Mandarin and Cantonese".
Richard's thesis title is "Avatars, Agency and Performance: The Fusion of Science and Technology in the Arts".
Josephine's thesis title is "Implicit Learning of Rhythms with Even and Uneven Metrical Structures".
Chetan's thesis title is "A Dynamically Reconfigurable Neuromorphic Chip with On-Chip Learning and Scalable Architecture".
Peta's thesis Title “Underlying Social, Cognitive and Neural Mechanisms of Joint Action”.
Staci's thesis title is "Visual Working Memory for Form and Motion in Dance"
Mark's thesis title is "An Analogue VLSI Implementation for Polychronous Spiking Neural Network with Delay Adaptation".
James' thesis title is "Interfaces with the Somatosensory System".