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I am a cognitive scientist with an interdisciplinary background (philosophy, psychology, neuroscience) interested in attention and perception.

At the moment, I work as a post-doctoral research fellow funded by a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship from the European Commission in the Predictive Brain Lab led by Floris De Lange at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands. In my current project, I investigate predictive aspects of trans-saccadic perception with combined MEG and eye-tracking. In particular, I want to find out how trans-saccadic perception is implemented in predictive processing networks with corresponding bottom-up and top-down processing streams. The goal of the project is to finally arrive at a better understanding of why the world appears stable despite the rhythmic interruption of visual perception by saccadic eye movements.

In previous research, I have studied visual attention, saccadic eye movements, unconscious perception, and mind-wandering during visual search with behavioural methods, EEG, and MEG, usually in combination with eye-tracking. I still maintain an interest in the interdisciplinary study of human consciousness and I have a strong propensity to Bayesian ideas and Bayesian statistics.

Some time ago, I created an online app to approximate the Bayes factor for ANOVA designs. It is part of Felix Schönbrodt's collection of statistics apps.


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