Maps and directions
Psychological Methods and Statistics
We elaborate and apply multivariate statistical modeling techniques and develop technologically advanced instrumentation for research in behavioral and health sciences. By means of these tools, applicable to modeling neurometric (EEG, DTI, fMRI, fNIRS) and psychometric data, collected within and outside the lab, we aim to understand individual differences and intraindividual fluctuations in typical and disordered sensory processing, cognition and emotion across the lifespan - from neonatal age to late adulthood. We enjoy the methodological and thematic diversity of the topics currently being addressed in our group and are committed to implementing Open Science techniques to foster the reproducibility in our research and beyond.