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Leonie Glitz

MA (Hons), MSc, DPhil

Postdoctoral researcher

Research Summary

In my research, I am investigating how humans learn simple and complex associative structures (cognitive maps). In my postdoctoral work with Helen Barron and Jill O'Reilly, I am particularly interested in understanding how these mechanisms are altered in psychosis. 

To address these questions, I am using a combination of behavioural measures, statistical and computational modelling and human functional neuroimaging methods (fMRI).