Metacognition and non-clinical unusual sensory experiences

Research to understand the metacognitive profile of individuals with unusual sensory experiences, such as Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) and Tulpamancers.

In collaboration with Dr Abigail Wright, Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School, and Nicola McGuire, University of Glasgow.

Palmer-Cooper, E.C., McGuire, N., & Wright, A.C. (2021) Unusual experiences and their association with metacognition: investigating ASMR and Tulpamancy. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, DOI: 10.1080/13546805.2021.1999798

Phantom Phone Signals and Metacognition

Research to examine the relationship between phantom phone signals, common sensory experiences, and metacognition. 

The relationship between multi-sensory experiences & media

Research to examine the relationship between sensory experiences and the exposure to passive media (watching videos of ASMR (Autonomous sensory meridian response) and interactive media (playing video games and Game Transfer Phenomena). 

In collaboration with Dr Angelica B. Ortiz de Gortari at the University of Bergen.

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