Hello! I’m a postdoctoral research fellow in cognitive neuroscience at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). I use neurophysiological, behavioural, and computational approaches to study how our brains make sense of sensory information. My current work focusses on the neural mechanisms which enable the accurate localisation of moving objects under neural delays.

I work in the Timing Lab at QUT (and previously at The University of Melbourne) with Hinze Hogendoorn. I completed my PhD in the Decision Neuroscience Lab at The University of Melbourne under the supervision of Stefan Bode, Daniel Feuerriegel, and Rob Hester investigating perceptual decision making and metacognition [thesis link].


  1. Turner, Sexton, & Hogendoorn (Forthcoming). Neural mechanisms of visual motion extrapolation. Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews

  2. Cottier, Turner, Holcombe, & Hogendoorn (2023). Exploring the extent to which shared mechanisms contribute to motion-position illusions. Journal of Vision.

  3. Turner, Blom, & Hogendoorn (2023). Visual information is predictively encoded in occipital alpha/low-beta oscillations. The Journal of Neuroscience.

  4. Turner (2022). Perceiving the probable present. Nature Reviews Psychology

  5. Ko, Feuerriegel, Turner, Overhoff, Niessen, Stahl, Hester, Fink, Weiss, & Bode (2022). Divergent effects of absolute evidence magnitude on decision accuracy and confidence in perceptual judgements. Cognition.

  6. Turner (2022). Unravelling the neural mechanisms which encode rapid streams of visual input. The Journal of Neuroscience.

  7. Turner, Feuerriegel, Hester & Bode (2022). Initial sensory information biases the likelihood and speed of subsequent changes of mind. PLOS Computational Biology.

  8. Feuerriegel, Jiwa, Turner, Andrejević, Hester, Bode (2021). Tracking dynamic adjustments to decision making and performance monitoring processes in conflict tasks. NeuroImage.

  9. Andrejević, Feuerriegel, Turner, Laham, Bode (2021). How do Basic Personality Traits Map onto Moral Judgements of Fairness-related Actions. Social Psychology and Personality Science.

  10. Turner, Angdias, Feuerriegel, Chong, Hester, & Bode (2021). Perceptual decision confidence is sensitive to foregone effort expenditure. Cognition.

  11. Andrejević, Feuerriegel, Turner, Laham, Bode (2020). Moral Judgements of Fairness-Related Actions are Flexibly Updated to Account for Contextual Information. Scientific Reports.

  12. Turner, Feuerriegel, Andrejević, Hester, & Bode (2020). Perceptual change-of-mind decisions are sensitive to absolute evidence magnitude. Cognitive Psychology.

  13. Turner, Johnston, de Boer, Morawetz, & Bode (2017). Multivariate pattern analysis of event-related potentials predicts the subjective relevance of everyday objects. Consciousness and Cognition.