2012 BSc in Technical Medicine, University of Twente, The Netherlands
2014 MSc in Technical Medicine, University of Twente, The Netherlands
2019 PhD at School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
During my PhD (with Prof. Uta Noppeney in the Computational Cognitive Neuroimaging group) I studied multisensory perception and decision making. More specifically, I performed audiovisual psychophysics experiments (spatial ventriloquism and McGurk effect) to validate existing probabilistic models of multisensory integration and Bayesian confidence reports.
As part of the Dynamates project, I currently investigate how human and non-human primates use spatial and temporal predictions to guide auditory perception in uncertain dynamic environments. To this end, I compare results from various computational models (Bayesian and heuristics) to behavioral responses and electrophysiological data acquired during auditory change-point experiments wherein reliability and relevance of the prior stimuli sequences are manipulated.