Our research focuses on the neural mechanisms underlying multisensory integration and perception in healthy individuals and in clinical populations.


We use cognitive neuroscience methods, including transcranial magnetic stimulation, transcranial alternating current stimulation, and electroencephalography. A particular focus of our research is the examination of neural oscillations in the human brain, which have been been linked to cognition, attention, sensorimotor functions, and multisensory integration. There is also evidence that abberant neural synchrony contributes to clinical symptoms in psychiatric disorders, such as delusions in schizophrenia.


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