Ines BramaoResearcher, Post-doc
I worked at the University of Algarve (Portugal) where I also did my PhD. My PhD dissertation aimed to clarify the role of color during the recognition of color and non-color diagnostic objects and the interaction between surface color and color knowledge information during object recognition processes. I have also been collaborating with the Cognitive Neuroscience Group at the University of Algarve in research projects concerning reading disabilities in children and adults with dyslexia.
I am now working at the Department Psychology in Lund, together with Mikael Johansson, as post-doc researcher in the Wallenberg Network Initiative and the project Culture, Brain, and Learning. The project aims to clarify the neural mechanisms underlying episodic memory and factors determining memory accessibility.
I have been working as a teaching assistant at the University of Algarve (Portugal). My teaching experience includes, master students supervisor, and teaching a wide range of courses, including cognitive psychology, biopsychology and neuropsychology.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article