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The major topic of my research is EEG correlates of visual perception, on which I have published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles.

In the last decade I have focused on the simultaneous recording and analysis of EEG and eye movement in natural viewing behavior. My main interest has to do with memory processes across consecutive eye movements. I have been investigating the neural mechanisms of memory during natural viewing related to revisits of already visited locations (refixations).

Currently at the Lund Memory Lab, I am studying how representations of an event in episodic memory build up across sequential saccades and how these neurocognitive mechanisms support learning in our digital era.

UKÄ subject classification

  • Psychology (excluding Applied Psychology)

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  • EEG, eye movements, visual perception, attention, memory
  • LSSMC: Experimental Methods;


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