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Miss Shena Cooke (lab alumnus)

Position: Former Honours Student (2017)


Professor Jason Mattingley (primary)
Dr. David Painter

Honours research

I work with Dr David Painter and Angela Renton investigate how neurofeedback using EEG can be used to modulate brain activity. By using the subject’s own brain activity, neurofeedback allows for more causal inferences to be made about brain processes, such as attention. For my honours thesis, we are using EEG and frequency tagging of stimuli to apply neurofeedback to improve selective feature-based attention.

Research interests
  • Brain computer interfaces
  • Neurofeedback using EEG
  • Selective feature-based attention