Dr Clement Abbatecola                                                                             

My research focuses on statistical modeling applied to psychophysics and brain imaging data. During my PhD, completed in December 2018 in Lyon under the supervision of Kenneth Knoblauch and Henry Kennedy, I became interested in brain anatomy and large-scale computational models of cognition, in particular the functional and behavioral correlates of feedforward and feedback connectivity. I joined Lars Muckli's lab in Glasgow in 2019 to pursue this interest by working on a high-resolution laminar MRI project.

Publications and Talks 

Li*, M.S.,  Abbatecola*, C., Petro, L.S., Muckli, L. (2021). Numerosity Perception in Peripheral Vision. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Knoblauch, K., Abbatecola, C., Gerardin, P., Beneyton, K., & Kennedy, H. (2021). The role of unimodal feedback pathways in gender perception during activation of voice and face areas. Frontiers in systems neuroscience, 15, 46.
Gerardin, P., Abbatecola, C., Devinck, F., Kennedy, H., Dojat, M., & Knoblauch, K. (2018). Neural circuits for long-range color filling-in. NeuroImage, 181, 30-43.



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