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Sammi Chekroud


Research Assistant

I am a Research Assistant in the Brain and Cognition Lab, based at OHBA.

 

I completed my undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology at New College in 2015.  During my degree, I undertook an EEG project investigating how attention is flexibly allocated to items within working memory, supervised by Kia Nobre and Mark Stokes.

As a research assistant I will be working on the 'Premembering' project, aiding investigations in how memories and goals dynamically guide perception. I am particularly interested in the role of (temporal) expectations in the organisation of information in working memory, and how these temporal expectations modulate pupil diameter in both perception and working memory.

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