Antje Nuthmann





I received my diploma in psychology (~MSc) from the Humboldt University Berlin (Germany) and a Dr. phil. from the University of Potsdam (Germany). I joined the University of Edinburgh in 2007.

Undergraduate teaching

My teaching is divided between cognitive psychology and statistics and methodology. At pre-honours level I teach Perception in Psychology 2. I teach a joint Year 4 Option and MSc course "Eye Movements and Visual Cognition". In addition, I teach the 5-week module on "Linear Mixed Modelling" as part of the MSc course Multivariate Statistics and Methodology using R, which serves all MSc students in PPLS. I also contribute to the MSc course "Specialist Techniques in Psychological Research".

STUDENT CONSULTATION HOURS: Please email me for an appointment.

Current PhD students supervised

Research summary

Perceptual, oculomotor and attentional control in scene perception and reading, computational and statistical modeling.