Sarah holds a M.A. and PhD in experimental and cognitive psychology from York University. She investigated multisensory and body size perception to gain insight into how these perceptual processes can influence body representation in the mind.
Sarah has also collaborated with scientists and researchers at various universities and hospitals to conduct behavioural research on human cognition, perception, and performance to improve perceptual issues occurring in virtual reality environments. Her research has been widely shared at international conferences and in numerous peer-reviewed academic journal publications.
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