Eleanor Palser holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London and an MSc in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience from Durham University. She is currently in the third year of her PhD at UCL, as part of a 4 year multidisciplinary studentship, co-funded by the ESRC and the MRC. Her PhD is co-supervised by Dr. Katerina Fotopoulou and Dr. James Kilner (Institute of Neurology, UCL), and investigates metacognition, action observation and interoception in autism spectrum disorders.
She has an ongoing collaboration with Professor Liz Pellicano at the Centre for Research in Autism and Education (Institute of Education, UCL).
Read a Brain Decoder article on Eleanor’s first PhD project here.
Download Eleanor’s CV here
Palser, E.R., Fotopoulou, A., & Kilner, J.M. (2018) Altering movement parameters disrupts metacognitive accuracy. Consciousness and Cognition, 57: 33-40. (link)