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Nika Adamian was awarded the Humphrey Prize for the best Research Project on the MSc Psychological Research 2012-2013.

Congratulations nika

Nika's research explored the neural mechanisms for selective inhibition of distracting visual input using electroencephalography (EEG). She was supervised by Mark Stokes and MaryAnn Noonan in the Attention Group, and is now studying for a PhD with Patrick Cavanagh and Thérèse Collins at the Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception.