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Lisa Wittenhagen

Position:
PhD Student
Email: l.wittenhagen@uq.edu.au


Supervisors

Professor Jason Mattingley (primary)
Associate Professor Bruno van Swinderen


Current research


I am interested in low level vision and goal directed factors and how they interact to shape the contents of our visual perception and awareness. To investigate the underlying neuronal processes, I am using non-invasive neuroimaging techniques such as electroencephalography (EEG) in combination with the method of frequency tagging, applying Fourier, time-frequency, as well as standard ERP analysis methods.


Research interests
  • Visual perception & awareness
  • Attention
  • Neural Oscillations

Conference presentations

Wittenhagen L., Mattingley J. B. (2015, December). Steady-state visual evoked potentials reveal a neural correlate of visual filling-in in the human visual system. Poster presented at SCiNDU: Systems &Computational Neuroscience Down Under, Brisbane, Australia.

Wittenhagen L., Mattingley J. B. (2015, November). Steady-state visual evoked potentials reveal a neural correlate of visual filling-in in the human visual system. Poster presented at the 5th Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. (Awarded Best Poster Prize, 5th Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference)

Wittenhagen, L., Painter, D. R., De Weerd, P., Mattingley, J. B. (2015, April). Neural Correlates of Amodal Visual Completion revealed using Frequency Tagging. Paper presented at the 42nd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Sydney, Australia.