Tel Aviv University
Liad Mudrik’s research focuses on conscious experience – asking first if it plays a functional role in thinking and behavior, second – how it is affected by our semantic knowledge and expectations, and third – how it comes about, or what are the neural mechanisms underlying it. Her lab at TAU pursues these questions using mostly EEG and psychophysics, with a very strong emphasis on finding new ways to scientifically study consciousness in a more ecological manner (using both virtual and augmented reality). The lab strongly emphasized open science practices, both with respect to preregistrations and to data and material sharing.
- Maoz, U., Yaffe, G., Koch, C. , Mudrik, L. , „Neural precursors of decisions that matter—an ERP study of deliberate and arbitrary choice“, eLife, elifesciences.org/articles/39787
- Korisky, U. , Mudrik, L. , „‘Real-life’ continuous flash suppression – CFS with real-world objects using augmented reality“, Behavior Research Methods, link.springer.com/article/10.3758/s13428-018-1162-0
- Mudrik, L., Faivre, N., Koch, C., “Information integration without awareness”, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, doi.org/10.1016/j.tics.2014.04.009