I am fascinated by how individual differences in visual imagery can inform our understanding of brain function and cognition. In collaboration with the Muckli lab, I will use simultaneous EEG/fMRI to explore how the decision-making process of aphantasics, who report absent visual imagery, may differ to the one of the general population, using tasks which can be resolved by both groups but which are assumed to rely on visual imagery. My previous research has investigated non-feedforward effects in the early visual cortex, using fMRI, MVPA decoding and psychophysics to explore multisensory processes in aphantasia, and spatial consciousness in the general population.
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