We are a community of researchers with common research interests and methods. We use methods of neuroscience, psychophysics (detection & discrimination thresholds, reaction times and classification images), eye movement recordings, EEG, fMRI, and computational modelling to investigate how human brains receive, process, store and interpret information to control behavior. Our research topics include color and brightness processing, perception of shapes, motor control, and coordination of hand movements, short term memory, perceptual learning, and face perception.
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