My broad interests are in open science, pre-registration, and methodology. Within the translational neuropsychology lab, I am working as a research assistant on a large EEG collaboration investigating the underlying mechanisms of spatial and sustained attention after stroke. In addition, following my MSc work on multiverse analyses of executive function validation, I have an interest in executive impairments and its relation to decisions of mental capacity. For this, I am contributing to the COMPASS project, which is exploring associations between different tasks of executive function and clinical decision making. I am also involved in validating the OCS-Plus.

Key projects:

EEG collaboration with Monash and University of Queensland