In my projects, I explore memory and visual decision-making processes. The primary focus is on understanding the impact of oscillations in the human brain, specifically the alpha rhythm, along with the effects of eye movements and pupil dilations. Additionally, I examine metacognition within these decision-making processes and investigate its connection to oscillations and eye activity. Predominantly I employ EEG and eye tracking to study these processes. Furthermore, I am involved in metascience and replication efforts within the EEGManyLabs project.

In my teaching, the emphasis is on decision theories and their neural background.



  • CV


    2019-2022                    M.Sc. Psychology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

    2016-2019                    B.Sc. Psychology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

    Work Experience

    10/2022 - ongoing             PhD-Student: Experimental Psychology,
                                                    WWU Münster (Prof. N. Busch)

    08/2021 - 06/2022           Research Assistant: Experimental Psychology,
                                                    WWU Münster (Prof. N. Busch)

    05/2021-09/2021             Internship: Institute of Medical Psychology and
                                                    Systems Neuroscience Münster

    06/2017 - 08/2018 &       Research Assistant:
    04/2019 - 08/2019           Institute for Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis