Paul Matusz

Paul Matusz
Assistant professor at HES-SO Valais-Wallis; appointed Adjunct Professor at Vanderbilt University, Nashville
Paul Matusz is an assistant professor at the Physiotherapy Section of the School of Health of HES-SO Valais-Wallis (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland), a Principal Investigator at the Unit for Real-World Neuroscience of The Sense Research Institute, Switzerland, and holds an Adjunct Professor appointment at the Hearing and Speech Department at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, USA.

Matusz is an experimental psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist who is interested in how adults and children process information in naturalistic environments. In particular, he studies brain and cognitive processes involved in attention to, and the learning of, multi-sensory information, as well as the role of these processes in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of sensory and cognitive disorders. His work combines rigorous experimental tasks, technological advances and the use of electroencephalography (EEG) as a tool for brain imaging. He advocates for increased participation in science by people from underrepresented backgrounds.

Matusz is the first contributor to an exciting new BOLD series on neuroimaging methods. Matusz describes fascinating insights into child cognitive development from electroencephalography (EEG) in three parts. All three parts are available to read below.


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