My research focuses on visual cognition, including face and object perception/recognition, the effects of experience on high-level visual processes (learning and memory), and individual differences. I primarily use behavioral methods, but my research has also involved the use of electrophysiology (single-cell recordings, EEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), eye tracking, pupillometry, and deep neural networks.
I have a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Brown University (emphasis: systems/cognitive neuroscience; primary advisor: David Sheinberg; secondary advisor: Michael J. Tarr). I am currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Iceland.
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Drawing by Knútur Haukstein Ólafsson
Photos by Kristinn Ingvarsson / University of Iceland