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Regine Zopf

Regine Zopf

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Body representations and cues for body ownership: Neural processing and influences on perception and action.

I am particularly interested in body perception and cognition, neuropsychology and human functional and structural neuroimaging. My research project is concerned with the investigation of perceptual and cognitive mechanisms as well as underlying neural processes that lead to a sense of body ownership, as well as how perception and cognition can be modulated by a sense of body ownership. Furthermore, I would like to study how these mechanisms are affected in patients who experience their own limb as not belonging to them (asomatognosia) and attribute their own body part to another person (somatoparaphrenia) after suffering a stroke.

  • Type: PhD
  • Scholarship : MQRES
  • Supervisors : Associate Professor Mark Williams, Associate Professor Greg Savage and Professor Max Coltheart

ORCID : http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1375-3832

Regine is also a current member of the department. For more information on Regine's research please visit their Department of Cognitive Science profile.

Regine is also a current member of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders. For more information on Regine's research please visit their CCD profile.

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