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  • Sophia Borgeest Gesa Sophia Borgeest
    I'm a PhD student working with Dr Rogier Kievit in the executive processes group at the MRC CBU. I use psychometric techniques in large-sample, multimodal, longitudinal datasets to address how the human brain ages. Specifically, I am investigating...
  • Daniel De Haan Dr Daniel De Haan
    I am a postdoctoral research associate in the TWCF Theology, Philosophy of Religion, and the Sciences Project: Neuroscience Strand, Faculty of Divinity, and Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, Department of Psychology, Cambridge Unive...
  • Dr Hamid Karimi-Rouzbahani
    With an interest in method development for neuroimaging analysis (EEG, MEG and fMRI) using machine learning, I pursue three main questions in cognitive neuroscience: How does the human brain support visual perception? How is information transfer...
  • Rogier Kievit Dr Rogier Kievit
    My research focuses on using psychometric models to understand neurodevelopmental changes in executive functions. These cognitive abilities, such as reasoning, problem solving and goal management, develop rapidly during adolescence and often show ...
  • Dr Rebecca Lawson
    We all have expectations about how the how the world should look, feel, smell, taste and sound. These expectations act as predictions to guide us when we are uncertain, and signal when something out of the ordinary is happening. My work uses com...
  • Setareh Rahimi
    I am developing and applying novel multidimensional connectivity methods for Electro-/Magneto-Encephalography (EEG/MEG) research. I apply these methods to the domain of semantic cognition to find out how semantic representation and control regions...
  • Denes Szucs Dr Denes Szucs
    Dénes Szűcs has background in cognitive neuroscience and psychology. He has used electro-encephalography (EEG), electro-myography (EMG), functional near infrared imaging (fNIRS), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and behavioural methods...
  • Professor Valerie Voon
    Why do we repeat behaviours that we know are bad for us? Or make impulsive poorly considered decisions? These decision making processes are relevant in our daily lives and can be hijacked in disorders of pathology. The Voon lab spans across Camb...
  • Dr Leor Zmigrod
    Dr Leor Zmigrod is a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Her research combines methods from experimental psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience to investigate the psychology of ideological adherence and group identity formatio...

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