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Ryszard Auksztulewicz

dr. rer. nat.

Postdoctoral Researcher

I am interested in neural mechanisms of attention and expectation. Currently I work in the group of Prof. Kia Nobre at the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity, elucidating the neural mechanisms of temporal attention and memory-based expectation. I use model-based MEG data to provide empirical evidence linking different kinds of top-down influences on perception to specific neural mechanisms using biophysically realistic computational modelling.

Previously, in my postdoctoral work in the group of Prof. Karl Friston at University College London, I conducted experiments testing the predictive coding account of attention and expectation. Before that, in my doctoral work in the group of Prof. Felix Blankenburg at FU/MPI Berlin, I was investigating the neural mechanisms underlying somatosensory processing. 

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