Anne-Marike Schiffer

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PI of the Prediction and Information Processing Lab

Lecturer in Psychology

CCN Member

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Current members

Forida Begum

Forida did her MSc Functional Neuroimaging project student in the lab. She then joined as an RA, conducting fMRI studies at Royal Holloway. read more?

Natasha Gandhi


Natasha is a third-year dissertation student, working on the human ability to perceive and predict the amount of exercise they do on a daily basis. read more?

Louisa Spence

Louisa is currently doing a 6-month work placement in the lab. She is involved in behavioural testing and will soon start working on a large EEG project within the Selective Information Processing – Theme. read more?

Past members

Joseph Dirickx


Joseph worked as a student Research Assistant in the lab and worked on many projects, including studies investigating the role of reward in learning. read more?

Collaborators past & present:

Learning the Structure of the Environment – Theme

Ricarda Schubotz, Arbeitseinheit Biologische Psychologie, Westfälische-Wilhelms Universität Münster

Christiane Ahlheim, Department of Experimental Psychology, University College London

Ima Trempler, Arbeitseinheit Biologische Psychology, Westfäische-Wilhelms Universität Münster

Learning from Prediction Errors – Theme

Nick Yeung, ACC lab, Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University

Florian Waszak, AvoC Group, Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, Universite Paris Decartes

Selective Information Processing – Theme

Lucie Charles, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London


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