Our research focuses on understanding the neural basis of key cognitive phenomena, such as selective attention and decision making. To investigate this question, we employ a range of experimental techniques, including behavioral psychophysics, neuroimaging (functional MRI, EEG) and non-invasive brain stimulation (TMS, tACS). A second, emerging area of research in the lab involves applying machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to "big data"-sets for understanding brain mechanisms of attention, in healthy individuals, and its decline, in dementia.

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