School of Psychology

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Dr Markus Bindemann

Reader in Psychology

Stage 2+ Chief Examiner
PGR Progression and Monitoring Lead
ECR Co-ordinator

Dr Markus Bindemann

Grants and awards

2019-22 Leverhulme Trust Research Grant
‘Face detection by humans’. With Rob Jenkins , University of York, UK.
£248,611
2019-22 ESRC Research Grant
'Person identification at passport control within realistic context'. With Mike Burton and Cade McCall, University of York, UK.
£503,503
2018-19 British Academy Visiting Fellowship
'The construct validity of forensic face-matching ability'. With Andrea Hildebrandt, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universitaet, Germany.
£25,827
2017 University of Guelph-Humber Research Grant Fund
'Critical examination of configural processing in familiar face recognition'. With Adam Sandford, University of Guelph-Humber, Canada.
$6,507 (Canadian)
2016-17 British Academy UK's International Challenges Grant
'Does Brexit trigger racism? An experiment among British and European residents in the UK'. With Fernanda Lopez, University of Kent.
£15,637
2016-17 Faculty Research Fund, University of Kent
'Avoidance of eye-contact in social anxiety: An eye-tracking study'. With Lydia Kearney, University of Kent.
£2,475
2016-17 Faculty Research Fund, University of Kent
'The eyes have it: Pupillary response as a measure of self-identification for forensic settings'. With Amir-Homayoun Javadi, University of Kent.
£4,182
2013 Faculty Internationalisation Fund, University of Kent
UG and PG recruitment in Norway.
£2,390
2013 Research Seed Fund, University of Kent
'The Kent Face Matching Test'.
£1,000
2012 National Organisation for the Treatment of Abusers (NOTA) Research Grant
'Comparing multiple indirect measures of sexual interest with an implicit but direct eye-tracking and pupil dilation paradigm'. With Caolite Ó Ciardha, University of Kent.
£5,000
2011 Faculty Small Grant, University of Kent
'Recognising different photo-ID cards of the same person'.
£1,000
2009 Research Promotion Fund, University of Essex
'Individual variation and observer consistency in unfamiliar face identification'.
£4,500
2009 Knowledge Transfer Innovation Fund, University of Essex
'Establishing Café Scientifique'.
£3,037
2007-09 ESRC research grant
'Human face detection in natural scenes'. With Mike Burton, University of Glasgow, UK.
£152,571
2007 Wellcome Trust Value in People (VIP) Award
'Controlling attention to faces'.
£18,245
2001 ESRC Postgraduate Studentship
'The role of attention in face processing'. University of Glasgow, UK.
£33,415
Scholarship/Internship  
2016-19 ESRC +3 Studentship, Hannah Tummon. £56,185
2015-18 ESRC +3 Studentship, Natalie Gentry. £55,274
2012 EPS Undergraduate Research Bursary
'Gaze-contingent elimination of attention biases in smokers'. With Julien LeBlond.
£2,000
2012 BPS Undergraduate Research Assistantship
'Can a gaze-contingent eye-tracking paradigm reverse undesirable attention biases in smokers?'. With Julien LeBlond.
£1,600
2011-15 Thai Royal Government 1+3 Studentship, Kaewmart Pongakkasira. £102,094
2010-14 Saudi Arabia Government 1+3 Studentship, Hamood Alenezi. £100,996
2010 EPS Undergraduate Research Bursary
'Examining the two-perpetrator disadvantage in eyewitness identification'. With Katherine Gillatt.
£2,000
2008 EPS Undergraduate Research Bursary
'Interactions of eye-gaze and facial expression'. With Nicola Forsberg.
£1,600
 

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