The main research interests of Alfred are: information prioritization, self, emotion, memory and attention
Alfred’s PhD focusses on self-relevant and emotion processes and how these influence the prioritization of information and the later recall of that information. Alfred is especially interested the underlying neurological processes, and uses electroencephalogram (EEG) and transcranial magnetic stimulation techniques (TMS) to help identify the brain areas/networks involved in self-referential processing.
Research grants and awards
Nigel Groome/ Oxford Brookes University studentship