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My name is Amy Abelmann, and I am a Dutch master student from the Cognitive Neuroscience research master. I am working as a research assistant together with Ella Bosch on a project that investigates visual perception in children with and without autism. Or, in other words, how children with autism perceive the world around them. I am responsible for the recruitment of participants, conducting interviews with the parents and generally helping out with the experiment.
Before coming to Nijmegen, I did my bachelor studies in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Maastricht University (University College Maastricht), focusing on biology, psychology and neuroscience. Currently, I am also doing my internship at the lab of Prof. Karin Roelofs and work together with Bob Bramson on the study “Influencing social-emotional action using combined tACS-fMRI”. In my spare time you will find me dancing salsa around Nijmegen, organizing trips for me and my fellow students, having (a lot of) coffee with friends, amongst other things.