Archive for January, 2010

Annika Vau

Annika defended her master’s thesis “A Study of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Effects on Nonspecific Arousal and Effectiveness of Visual Focused Attention” at Institute of Psychology, Tallinn University in 2011.
Her research topic is TMS effects on attention.

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Anu Einberg

PhD student
Member of the lab

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Mirjam Veermäe

Mirjam’s thesis-work was concerned with ERP-based detection of deception, particularly in the conditions where subjects are presented with visual images of critical versus neutral objects. Repetition efects and possible TMS effects are examined.

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Inga Karton

Inga studies detection of deception and TMS effects on deceptive behavior.

Inga Karton_CV

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Merle Nurmoja

PhD student

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Kairi Reiman

Kairi Reiman completed her master thesis on cognitive privacy as a constitutional freedom and as part of her research, showed how ERP-s can be successfully used in detecting deceptive knowledge in a mock-crime experiment. She remains affiliated with our lab related to the issues of legal aspects of brain-imaging.

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Kairi Kreegipuu

Although Kairi belongs to the research group of Jüri Allik, she also is a valuable link to that group and a participant in several research themes of our group. Most notably with Carolina’s studies of motion perception and our TMS studies of visual scotomas. Her CV and publications can be accessed through ETIS.

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Annika Tallinn

Annika’s research is focused on EEG-signatures of visual awareness and the effects of pre-stimulus brain state on stimulus awareness (ERP-s, time-frequency analysis, ITC).

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Mihkel Stamm

His topic is comparative analysis of TMS-evoked ERPs in sleep and in wakefulness.

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Microgenetic research

In our lab we study how perception unfolds within about a couple of hundreds of milliseconds after a subject is presented with a stimulus.

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