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José Ossandón

Background: I studied medicine and after that I did a master in neuroscience. Currently I am doing a PhD in Cognitive Science in the Institute of Cognitive Science of Osnabrück University. Interests: During my master and PhD I had mainly worked in the study of the brain mechanisms responsible for the guidance of visual overt attention. For this purpose, we use experimental designs that attempt to study attention in a more ecological way, using complex stimuli and surveying a set of different behaviors compatible with the complexity of natural viewing/action conditions.

Discussion Topic: Do sensory motor contigencies shape or constitute cognitive processes?

Occupation: PhD student
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