Dr. Roman Vakhrushev is a neuroscientist interested in human visual and auditory sensory systems. During his Ph.D. in Göttingen, Germany, he investigated cross-modal reward mechanisms in early sensory systems. There he gave a series of lectures to university students on psychophysical methods, statistical analysis, and good practices in EEG experiments. Another range of his interests lies in attentional mechanisms, specifically, mechanisms of summary statistics and subliminal perception. Overall, Dr. Roman Vakhrushev has expertise in psychophysics, eye-tracking, and EEG.
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