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In my research, I mainly use electrophysiological/neuroimaging techniques, having two important advantages over behavioral measures. First, they demonstrate when and/or where neural activity in the brain is associated with particular sensory and cognitive processing. Second, they allow examination of sensory and cognitive processes that are not associated with a behavioral response


I have extensive competence with electroencephalography (EEG) technique and worked with a wide range of EEG recording systems and analysis frameworks.  While communicating, neurons produce electrical signals that travel along the neural pathways. These electrical signals are responsible for various sensory and cognitive processing, and can be recorded non-invasively using EEG. Read Chapter 4 in my doctoral thesis for a detailed overview of EEG and different recording systems. I also hold an fMRI license from Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre (SUBIC). 

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