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PhD project: Mobile neuroergonomics

Written by Julian Elias Reiser

Most of us probably know the situation that we tried to navigate through a crowded space, let’s say a shopping street on a Saturday afternoon, and ended up forgetting some of our shopping list items, because we had to evade several obstacles in our way. This phenomenon is called cognitive-motor interference. It is due to the capacity limit of human cognitive resources that can be allocated to all the different processes our brain is calculating at any point in time. 

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New PhD project: EEG correlates of cognitive resource allocation

Written by Nathalie Liegel

Have you ever 

  • been blind to the environment around you as you were so much focused on a difficult or engaging task?
  • written a text in 2 hours for which you normally need 5 days?
  • not been able to receive the full attention of your best friend anymore the moment she/he became a parent? 
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