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- Brain and Behaviour Research Group (Prof. Mark J. Buckley) Research Group
I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Brain and Behaviour Research Group.
My primary interest is in the understanding of how the neuronal activity can enable the implementation of the most complex tasks, such as the recognition of a person, memory recollection, or the learning of complex tasks and rules.
In my current position I focus on the neural substrate of decision making within frontal cortical areas. I am studying the processes supporting the emergence of a single and unified behaviour using multi-site neurophysiological recordings of the frontal cortex during complex tasks. I am interested in both the specific role of each particular region and the mechanisms allowing communication between different areas in the frontal cortex. Complementary, I am also interested in how these processes regulate and modify the activity of perception areas for an optimal performance of different tasks.
Past, present and future of spike sorting techniques.
Rey HG. et al, (2015), Brain Res Bull, 119, 106 - 117
Single-cell recordings in the human medial temporal lobe.
Rey HG. et al, (2015), J Anat, 227, 394 - 408
Single-cell recordings in the human medial temporal lobe
Rey HG. et al, (2015), Journal of Anatomy, 227, 394 - 408
Classification of EEG abnormalities in partial epilepsy with simultaneous EEG-fMRI recordings.
Pedreira C. et al, (2014), Neuroimage, 99, 461 - 476
When the screen is not enough: Differences of art exploration in the museum and in the lab
Pedreira C. et al, (2013), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series