Titus von der Malsburg


I investigate how the human brain makes sense of language and how the eyes navigate the text during reading. For this research, I use a wide range of advanced experimental and computational methods such as the co-registration of eye movements and brain potentials, Bayesian data modelling, and scanpath analyses.

Computational Linguistics Natural Language & Speech Neuroscience Psychiatry & Psychology

Work details

Research Fellow

UC San Diego
Department of Psychology and Department of Linguistics

Research Fellow

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

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27 Jul 2015

Good point about ghost variables and the p-curve. Unfortunately, things are even worse than you describe. In reading research, it is common to test dozens of dependent variables...