Error-Related Spike Synchrony in the Supplementary Eye Field

Examining the similarity in patterns of error-related activity within the SEF.

Microcircuitry of Conflict and Visual Processing in the SEF

Examining the laminar patterns of visual and conflict-related activity within the SEF.

Predicting performance-related responses from electrophysiological signals

Using statistical learning techniques to classify spikes and local field potentials.


Tarawneh, G., Nityananda, V., Rosner, R., Errington, S.P, Herbert, W., Cumming, B. G., Read, J.C.A & Serrano-Pedraza, I. (2017). Invisible noise obscures visible signal in insect motion detection. Scientific Reports, 7. ​

Nityananda, V., Tarawneh, G., Errington, S.P., Serrano-Pedraza, I., & Read, J. C. A. (2017). The optomotor response of the praying mantis is driven predominantly by the central visual field. Journal of Comparative Physiology A. Online, 1-11.

​ McNally, R. J., Basta, N. O., Errington, S., James, P. W., Norman, P. D., Hale, J. P., & Pearce, M. S. (2015). Socioeconomic patterning in the incidence and survival of teenage and young adult men aged between 15 and 24 years diagnosed with non–seminoma testicular cancer in northern England. Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations, 33 (12), 506-509.

​ Schmidt, K. J., Cowen, P., Harmer, C.J., Tzortzis, G., Errington, S. P., & Burnet, P. W. J. (2015). Prebiotic intake reduces the waking cortisol response and alters emotional bias in healthy volunteers. Psychopharmacology, 1(19). ​

McNally, R. J., Basta, N. O., Errington, S., James, P. W., Norman, P. D., & Craft, A. W. (2014). Socioeconomic Patterning in the Incidence and Survival of Children and Young People Diagnosed with Malignant Melanoma in Northern England. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 134(11), 2703-2708.


I am currently the teaching assistant on the following modules at Vanderbilt University:

  • PSY3750: Perception, Lead: Professor Alex Maier.
    • Office Hours: Monday, 9am to 10am

From 2013 to 2017, I was a teaching assistant at Newcastle University working on the following modules:

  • PSY1010: Research Methods and Skills 1
  • PSY1011: Research Methods and Skills 2
  • PSY2009: Methods in Psychology