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Staff

Secretariat: M. (Minou) Adami
dr. E.G. (Elkan) Akyürek
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Associate Professor
Expertise
Cognitive and perceptual neuroscience

Please see elkanakyurek.com for more information.
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PhD student
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PhD student
drs. E.W.T. (Emmy) van de Burgt
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PhD student
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Software ontwikkelaar
Expertise
iOS, Android, (Mobile) Web Applications
dr. S. (Sara) Fabbri
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Assistant Professor
Expertise
Topic: reaching, swiping, object perception and manipulation
Methods: behavioral, Virtual Reality (VR), and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) studies
B.E. (Tineke) de Haan, MSc
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PhD Candidate
dr. J. (Jacob) Jolij
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Department head Research Support BSS / Assistant Professor Experimental Psychology
Expertise
responsible open science, privacy, research technology and methods, consciousness, experimental philosophy and metaphysics
J. (Joost) de Jong, MSc
Expertise
Topics:
- Timing and Time Perception
- Working Memory 

Methods
- Statistical Modelling
- Psychophysics
- Computational Modelling of Neural Processes
prof. dr. R. (Ritske) de Jong
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Full Professor
Expertise
Cognitive Neurosciences, Behavioral Sciences
prof. dr. M.M. (Monicque) Lorist
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Full Professor
Expertise
Cognitive Neuroscience
Dynamics of the Healthy Brain
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PhD student
dr. S. (Sebastiaan) Mathot
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Assistant Professor
W.R. (Robbert) van der Mijn, MSc
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Phd. Student
dr. M.R. (Mark) Nieuwenstein
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assistant professor
dr. K.S. (Karin) Pilz
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Assistant Professor
Expertise
Visual perception, aging, motion, biological motion, face and object recognition, attention, fMRI, EEG
prof. dr. D.H. (Hedderik) van Rijn
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Professor
Expertise
Cognitive Science & Neuroscience

See http://www.temporalcognition.org for a more extensive overview.

Topics: Temporal Cognition; Cognitive Science; Interval Timing; Optimalization of Learning; Adaptive Learning. 

Methods: comptuational modeling; mathematical modeling; experimentation; EEG; fMRI; MEG; eyetracking; pupil dilation
dr. A. (Anastasios) Sarampalis
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Lecturer
Expertise
Auditory Perception and Cognition
Auditory Prostheses and Hearing Aids
Speech Perception
Psychoacoustics
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PhD student
dr. P.H. (Pieter) de Vries
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Assistant Professor
Expertise
Models of cognitive and neural processes, self-organisation, computer simulation
dr. A.E. (Anita E) Wagner
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Researcher
Expertise
My research focusses on speech perception, in particular on the automatic and controlled processes that enable speech comprehension in optimal (e.g., native listening) and atypical conditions (e.g., hearing impairment, CI, non-native communications). I study the interrelation between sensory and cognitive processes and the role that language experience and perceptual plasticity play in shaping this relation.
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PhD student
dr. A.A. (Berry) Wijers
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Assistant professor
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PhD student

Guest researcher

Name Telephone E-mail
Riemer, dr. M. (Martin) +31 50 36 32761 m.riemer@rug.nl

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