Human Technology Laboratory


The Human-Technology Laboratory (HTLab) focuses on the mechanisms supporting
the perception of humans and technological devices as social agents.

The HTLab's research lines answer scientific questions using brain stimulation techniques.

Get in contact!!! We are always looking forward to establishing cross-disciplinary collaborations.

 Research Lines

Human-Robot Perception and Interaction

Do robots have a mind? This research line investigates  the processes responsible for the perception of robots as intentional agents

Human-Technology Interaction

It is easy to lift a finger and feel in control of the generated movement. This research line investigates the relationship between action and perception and the processes that allow us to feel in control of an action using technological devices. 


Michele Scandola - University of Verona (website)

Emily S. Cross - University of Galsgow - (website)

Nathan Caruana - Macquaire University - (website)

David George - University of Hull - (website)

Henning Holle - University of Hull - (website)

Kevin Riggs - University of Hull - (website)

Richard O'Connor - University of Hull - (website)