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Nir Shalev

Nir Shalev

MA (Psy); MA (Edu)

Postdoctoral Research Associate

  • Brain & Cognition Lab (Nobre Lab)

Cognitive Neuropsychology of Attention

My main theoretical question is how we form temporal expectations in response to patterns in our environment, and how we adjust our behaviour accordingly. In particular, I am interested in learning how our ability to predict things may alter our arousal level and our overall sensitivity to the environment.

I have completed my DPhil at the Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre (Oxford), where I studied the temporal fluctuations of attention after brain injuries. I am currently working with Professor Kia Nobre on understanding the interplay between temporal expectations, attention, and other cognitive mechanisms as memory and perception. 

In addition to my main body of work, I am interested in various aspects of cognitive sciences:  language, memory, consciousness, philosophy and the interactions between neuropsychology and education. 

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