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Freek van Ede

PhD


Post-doctoral Research Fellow

  • Marie Skłodowska-Curie Post-doctoral Fellow
  • Tilleard-Cole Junior Research Fellow, Worcester College

Cognitive neuroscience of attention, perception, and working memory

Freek is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA), affiliated with the Brain & Cognition Lab (PI Kia Nobre) and the Attention Lab (PI Mark Stokes).

Freek investigates the mechanisms by which our brains extract and prioritise information that is relevant to current goals, with a focus on human perception and (working) memory and a strong interest in the role of brain oscillations. In a world in which the amount of information that reaches our senses is increasing by the day, so is the importance to appreciate just how our brains enable such prioritisation.

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