Cognitive Neuroscience

We are interested in the neural mechanisms underlying cognitive functioning as well as how psychological factors can influence neural measures. While a basic-science approach is the basis of our work, we are also interested in the translation of basic findings into clinical applications.

Our lab applies different neuroimaging and psychophysiological methods, among others, EEG, fMRI, tDCS, eye-movement recordings, startle-reflex and skin conductance measures. The research group is involved in projects across a large range of topics, among others, the neural basis of pain and placebo, transcranial direct-current stimulation and the neural basis of day-dreaming (see projects).

News

CLOSED: Open PhD position on mind-wandering research

Matthias Mittner | 09.11.2015 

We are looking for PhD candidates who are interested in working on the neuroscience of mind-wanderind.

CLOSED: Open Post-doc position in transcranial direct-current stimulation

Matthias Mittner | 17.06.2015 11:41

We are looking for an enthusiastic researcher at the post-doctoral level who would like to build and advance her or his career in the cognitive neurosciences.

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