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Laboratory of Neurodynamics of Cognition
Gonzalo Boncompte L., Ph.D
My interests are diverse. They include states of consciousness, conscious perception, neuromodulation, entropy-related approaches to the study of brain activity, language, emotions, and more. I did my Ph.D. thesis on the topic of consciousness and attention analyzing ERPs and oscillations. Since then I have worked on several other topics employing a variety of data analysis tools, most recently including complexity measures. I believe all of this is in line with my most general interest which is to contribute to our understanding of the relations that exist between behavior, cognition, and experience.
Marcos Domic Siede, MSc.
In my research, I have designed a behavioral paradigm that allows us to study planning function combining EEG (scalp and intracranial) and Eye-Tracker systems. The main objective is to understand how planning induces frontal midline theta of prefrontal cortex origin.
Josefina Ihnen, MSc.
Psychologist (Universidad de Chile) and MSc in Paediatric Neuropsychology (University College London). My main interests are Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience and the neural bases of developmental disorders.
My Ph.D. project studies the relationship between Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), focusing on cognitive and physiological (EEG and pupil diameter) markers of working memory and emotional processing.
Vicente Medel, MSc.
My interest focuses on multiscale information processing in the brain, and the modulatory role of neurotransmitters in shaping brain complex dynamics and behavior. My research combines scalp and intracranial electrophysiology, fMRI, pupil diameter analysis, and computational modeling.
Martín Irani, BSc.
Biochemistry BSc. Broadly interested in how higher-order cognition is supported by computations through neural population dynamics. To this end, I employ EEG/iEEG, fMRI, neural modeling, and machine learning.
Major in biochemistry and molecular biology, currently on undergrad thesis on cognitive neuroscience and computational psychiatry. Ongoing project in automated quantification of disorganized symptoms in high risk psychotic patients through a graph theoretical analysis of language for the detection of early signs of schizophrenia.
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