Ines Bramao

Ines Bramao

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My primary academic focus is to understand the cognitive and neural processes underlying episodic memory. Episodic memory enables mental time travel, allowing us to relive specific, personally experienced events tied in time and place.

With this purpose, I use behavioral and cognitive testing in combination with advanced analysis methods (e.g., multivariate pattern analysis – MVPA) applied to high-temporal resolution brain data (Electroencephalography – EEG). This approach allows the investigation of memory reactivation as it unfolds in time as well as its consequences for current and future thinking and behaviour.


I teach Cognitive Neuroscience both the undergraduate (Psychology Program) and master level (International Psychology Master).

I am also a supervisor of PhD and master projects.

I am course leader of Cognitive Neuroscience free-standing at the undergraduate level (PSYD53) and of Biopsychology and Cognitive Psychology course at theh Psychology Program (PSPB22). 


Professional work

I am a member of the psychology department board (since 2020).


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