My general research interests are in cognitive neuroscience, with a particular focus on perceptual learning and decision making. During my MSc research, I have used fMRI to investigate how people coordinate their decision making in order to achieve common goals. For my PhD, I am focusing on how perceptual learning affects the speed and efficiency of information processing in decision making. For this, I am using EEG and computational modelling.
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