Current and Past Funding Agencies
Neuro-computational mechanisms underlying the effects of anxiety and motivation on biased attentional and learning processes.
Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council during 2017-2020.
In this project, we will combine computational modelling with brain imaging methods to investigate the impact of everyday experiences such as emotion, motivation, and prior expectations upon learning.
Our goal is to discover how these everyday factors can alter the brain’s computations and create cognitive biases. We predict these biases affect how people assess the reliability of their own beliefs in comparison to incoming sensory evidence, changing what they decide to attend to and learn from. Ultimately, the project aims to achieve a mechanistic understanding of the neural computations subserving learning processes.
Investigating the effect of anxiety on motor variability to assess motor skill learning.
Funded by the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust during 2016-2018.
In this project we aim to provide a mechanistic understanding of how state anxiety – a psychological factor affecting real learning scenarios – influences
motor skill learning focusing on piano performance. If you want to participate in our behavioural or electroencephalography studies, contact us.
Perceived costs modulate task-relevant variability during motor learning.
Funded by Goldsmiths University of London during 2016.
In this project we are investigating how factors, such as the perceived costs in a reward-based piano sequence learning paradigm, modulate decision-making and influence motor learning. If you want to participate in our behavioural or electroencephalography studies, contact us.
Cortical and basal ganglia contributions to the acquisition of sequential behavior: A neurostimulation, modeling, magneto and electroencephalographic approach.
Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) during 2013-2017.
Error detection and action-monitoring in the basal ganglia. An electrophysiological approach.
Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) during 2010-2013.
Time-course and neuronal correlates of error-monitoring in musicians.
Funded by the European Union through the Marie Curie Early Stage Research Training programme (Maria Curie Actions) during 2006-2009.
Study of the oscillatory and phase synchronization properties of
the processing of syntax in music.
Funded by the Austrian Academy of Sciences during 2006.
Noise and pattern formation in spatially extended systems
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science during 2005-2006.
Collective phenomena and fluctuations in complex systems
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science during 2003-2005.
Measurement of the subject multiplicity in neutral current DIS and determination of αs at HERA.
Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science during July 2001.
ATLAS particle physics experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Funded by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid during 2000-2001.