James Heathers is a research scientist and PhD candidate in psychophysiology at the University of Sydney.
His work and research revolve broadly around the connection between the mind and body. He has worked in or around psychophysiology, social and cognitive psychology, exercise physiology and sports science, biomedical device design, human computer interfaces, and on a cold day, nutrition and food tech. He is on a completely futile quest to understand people entirely.
In his spare time, he lifts things up and puts them down again.
The views expressed here are his own, and not representative of any other organisation.
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