My research focuses on visual perception in real-world contexts. I study how natural objects and scenes are perceived and represented in the brain, and how processing depends on statistical regularities in the world. I am also interested in the top-down control of visual processing and the neural correlates of person perception.
In my research, I combine methods from experimental psychology with brain imaging (fMRI, EEG), and computational modelling. This multi-modal approach allows for tracking the dynamic construction of neural representations that are adaptive for natural behavior.