Profile: George Van Doorn

Researcher & Lecturer, Psychology

George is a lecturer and researcher in Psychology at Federation University Australia. Prior to working at FedUni, George worked at Monash University as a lecturer in Psychological Studies. He has over 30 publications in areas such as sensory integration, temperature perception, illusions, and self- and externally-generated movement. His predominant interest, currently, lies in exploring illusions (e.g., the body-swapping illusion) and assessing whether existing theories (e.g., active inference) are consistent with participants' experiences.

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Bitter Coffee? Change The Color Of Your Cup

In research published recently in the journal Flavour by my colleagues and I, it appears that cup color plays a big part in the way coffee drinkers perceive the taste of their morning cup.

Category: Science

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