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Benedict Wild

Benedict Wild

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College/University:

2013-present Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
2010-2013 Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany
2012-2013 Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Highest degree: B.Sc. in Psychology

Lab experience:

2012 & 2013: MEG lab, Section of Biomagnetism, Neurological Hospital of the University of Heidelberg (research project and Bachelor’s thesis)
2013: fMRI lab, University of Regensburg (internship)

Projects/Research:

Neurophysiological Representation of High- and Low-Level Features along the Auditory Pathway, University of Heidelberg (2013)

Scientific interests and goals:

(Visual) Attention, EEG & MEG

Reflections:

The things I like most about the program are its strong focus on research experience and the excellent training in different neuro-cognitive methods (behavioral, EEG, fMRI…). Also, I have the impression that despite the program’s strong focus on visual attention students are encouraged and supported to pursue their own interests and ideas.