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The University of Southampton
Psychology

Dr Hayward Godwin BSc, PhD

Associate Professor

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Dr Hayward Godwin is an Associate Professor within Psychology at the University of Southampton. His work has mostly focused on understanding visual search in real-world tasks such as X-ray baggage screening, particularly using eye-tracking as a methodology. He is the Director of the Research Methods in Psychology MSc course and is also Director of Enterprise within Psychology.

Research interests

I am currently involved in a number of projects relating to human visual cognition. Much of this involves examining eye movement behaviour as people search their environment for given targets. In the past, my work has been funded by a number of different groups and organisations (ESRC, Dstl, and others besides). My interest in eye-tracking has resulted in the development of an R package geared towards cleaning and processing eye-tracking datasets, called eyeTrackR.

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Centre for Perception and Cognition (CPC)

Research project(s)

Detecting threats in real-world environments

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How can the impact of hearing impairment on the capabilities of military personnel be assessed?

I am Director of the Research Methods in Psychology MSc course, as well as the Director of Enterprise within Psychology. I am also the lab manager for Psychology’s eye-tracking laboratories. Beyond that, I have been heavily involved in setting up and training others to use Psychology’s online experiments web server.

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My teaching responsibilities involve the first-year undergraduate research methods course (PSYC1019), supervising third-year project students, MSc students and PhD Students, teaching single lectures on other units, and leading the Research Apprenticeship module for the Research Methods in Psychology MSc.

Dr Hayward Godwin
Building 44 Highfield Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 44/4104

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