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Our research focuses on the neural mechanisms underlying cognition, attention and multisensory integration in healthy individuals and in psychiatric populations.
 
We use state-of-the-art cognitive neuroscience methods, including transcranial alternating current stimulation, eye tracking, computational modelling and electroencephalography. A particular focus of our research is the examination of neural oscillations, which relate to information processing in the human brain. There is also evidence that abberant neural oscillations contribute to clinical symptoms in psychiatric disorders, such as memory deficits in PTSD or delusions in schizophrenia.
 
  ☆☆☆  Open postdoc (3 years) or PHD student (up to 4 years) position ☆☆☆
 
Examining working memory (dys)function in schizophrenia
 

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