I am investigating the role of reading direction in shaping visuo-spatial perception and numerical representation. More specifically, I am interested in the flexibility of these systems, and whether long-term ‘spatial biases’ proposed to partly derive from continual use and/or exposure to a particular reading-writing direction, can change in response to brief exposure to mirror-reversed text.
Supervisor: Dr Tobias Loetscher
Output: Rosenich E, Shaki S, Loetscher T: Mirror-reading changes perception of space. Poster presentation at the 7th Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference in Adelaide 2017.
Went on to do a PhD.