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Dr Diana Karamacoska uses a range of physiological measures to study behaviour and cognitive processes involving attention, memory, and decision-making. She was trained to record and analyse measures of heart rate, skin conductance, and pupillometry, and the brain's electrical activity through electroencephalography (EEG), at the world-renowned Brain & Behaviour Research Institute. Her research in cognitive neuroscience continues at the HEADBOX Lab, led by A/Prof Genevieve Steiner, with several investigations underway to identify how the brain changes with age.
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