Dr Jake Fairnie has a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University College London’s Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience.
- Head of Communications for the UCL Psychology and Language Sciences
- Lecturer on the UCL BSc Psychology course on Perception, Attention and Action
- Postdoctoral Researcher in UCL’s Attention and Cognitive Control Laboratory
- Science Consultant on James May ‘Things You Need To Know’ (Brain special; BBC2), Britain’s Brightest (BBC1), Hidden Talent (Channel 4), Open University (Psychology Course DVD), Weird Warfare (History Channel USA).
- Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE) Research Institute within the UCL Institute of Education. (see profile)
- Remington & Fairnie. (2017). A sound advantage: Increased auditory capacity in autism. Cognition. Volume 166, Pages 459-465.
- Fairnie, Moore & Remington (2016). Missing a Trick: Auditory Load Modulates Conscious Awareness in Audition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
- Lavie, N. & Fairnie, J. (2015). Age of Distractions White Paper Report. BrainFocus.
- Carmel, D., Fairnie, J., & Lavie, N. (2012). Weight and see: loading working memory improves incidental identification of irrelevant faces. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 286.
- Fairnie, J. Chocolate Brains and the Neuroscience of Attention. Apple Marketing and Communications London Headquarters, UK.
- Lavie, N. Carmel, D., & Fairnie, J. Loading working memory can reduce inattentional blindness. Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Berlin, Germany.
- Remington, A. & Fairnie, J. Auditory Perceptual Capacity Is Superior in Autism. International Meeting for Autism Research, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.