Diana Dima

Research student, School of Psychology

Research summary

My PhD focuses on combining magnetoencephalography (MEG) and machine learning techniques to study high-level visual perception, particularly face and scene perception. Using source analysis and data-driven multivariate methods, I aim to track the spatiotemporal dynamics of category-specific information, as well as the features encoded in these responses, and their progression from visual to conceptual.

Teaching summary 

2015-2017 Postgraduate Tutor for Year 1 Psychology students

Research interests

Funding

2015-2018 School of Psychology Studentship

Research group

Neuroscience, Cognitive Neuroscience

CUBRIC

Research collaborators

Professor Krish Singh

Professor Derek Jones

External profiles