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David’s research investigates the neural effects of perceptual predictions using fMRI.
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Currently, I am working on projects exploring the neural effects of perceptual expectations and attention using fMRI. In particular, I am interested in how implicit and explicit predictions about the identity of objects influence subsequent neural processing.

I received my MSc in Clinical Psychology from Leiden University and a second MSc in Cognitive Science from Osnabrück University. During my time in Osnabrück I worked with dr. Axel Kohler and Prof. dr. Gordon Pipa on the application of closed-loop EEG systems to investigate perceptual bistability. Furthermore, I was involved in a project aimed at investigating classical EEG signatures outside the lab, in a mobile, combined EEG and eye-tracking setup, working under the supervision of dr. Tim Kietzmann and Prof. dr. Peter König.