Maartje de Jong
I investigate the way our brain transforms incoming sensory information into a meaningful image of the outside world, with a focus on visual perception. I use different techniques, including magnetic resonance imaging, scalp and intracranial electro-encephalography and psychophysics. My research interests include optical illusions, perceptual learning, ambiguous images, binocular rivalry and face perception. My background is in cognitive neuroscience, biology and experimental psychology.