I received a BSc in Psychology from the University of Stirling and I am now part of the Cognitive Neuroscience MSc course at UCL. My undergraduate project focused on the cognitive mechanisms underlying rapid and accurate visual enumeration and their potential relationship to shape perception. I am currently involved in two projects which employ EEG or computational based modelling approaches. These projects seek to examine the potential biases which prioritize the integration of favorable over unfavorable information into an individual’s beliefs. This will be done in order to understand how these factors affect learning and rational decision-making processes.
NewsCongratulations to Chris Kelly who will be joining ABL as our new PhD studentThe influential Mind selected among best books of 2017 by Forbes, Times, Huffington Post, Bloomberg, Inc., Greater Good Magazine, Stanford Business School and more.Congratulations Neil Garrett for receiving a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral FellowshipCongratulations Andreas Kappes for accepting a lectureship position at City London University and to Donal Cahil for accepting a position at GoogleGarret et al, 2016 is ranked #1 out of all Nature Neuroscience articles ever (~3K) to be tracked on the Altmetric Score measuring quality and quantity of online attention
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