Silke Jensen is a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher within the University of Leicester’s INTREPID Forensics programme. Her current research focuses on the visual search strategies used by fingerprint experts during examinations and verifications. She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Psychology at the University of Aberdeen. She worked as a part-time research assistant alongside her studies. Prior to arriving at the University of Leicester, Silke worked as a clinical neuropsychologist at a neurological rehabilitation clinic in Germany.
Her research interests include visual pattern recognition, visual search, cueing paradigms, residual visual abilities in hemianopia, and biological motion perception.
Jensen, S., Krueger, H., & Hunt, A. (2011, March). Is visual attention strategically allocated? The role of probability bias in IOR. BPS Scotland Branch Undergraduate Student Conference, Dundee, UK.
Krueger, H., Jensen, S., & Hunt, A.R. (2011, August). What determines the Reference Frame of Inhibition of Return? Poster at European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Toulouse, France.
Krueger, H., Jensen, S., & Hunt, A.R. (2011, July). The reference frame of inhibition of return depends on how you measure it. Poster at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Hong Kong.