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Annabelle Blangero

BSc, MSc, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Value biasing of perceptual decision-making

My current research investigates the effect of learned value of visual elements on our judgments of our visual environment. How does value bias our decisions? Does it also affect our perception of the world?

In general, I am interested in how we interact with our environment. During my PhD I have explored the sensorimotor functions of the posterior parietal cortex by studying deficits of patients with focal lesions (Lyon, France) and the brain activity of healthy participants with fMRI (Hamburg, Germany). Then, my interests grew toward understanding where and when do we move our eyes. I have been studying how the planning of our saccades is influenced by factors like top-down attention, visual salience and expected reward (New York, USA).

For my ongoing projects in Oxford, I use psychophysics, eye movement recording, electroencephalography (EEG) and computational models to investigate brain-behaviour connections and suggest mechanistic explanations of the effect of value on our perceptual decisions.
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