Prof. Gyula Kovács
Head of Dept. Biological Psychology and Cognitive Neurosciences
My research is about how the cerebral cortex mediates cognitive experiences. The main focus is on object recognition, face, shape and object processing of the central visual pathways in humans...
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Dr. Lars Rogenmoser
I study the auditory system across the lifespan and its connections to neuroplasticity and advanced cognitive functions, including emotional responses. I'm also dedicated to conducting clinically relevant research to enhance hearing health. To do so, I use a multidisciplinary approach involving various neuroimaging techniques.
My research project investigates the effect of face typicality, its interaction with predictability, and the extent to which individual differences in typicality processing contribute to individual face recognition abilities. I use behavioural measures, functional magnetic resonance imagine and electroencephalography to answer these questions.