Dominik Straub joined the lab in October 2019.
After studying psychology and computer science at the TU Darmstadt and working in the lab as a research assistant, I decided to stay and pursue a PhD. During my undergrad years, I worked on the visual control of locomotor behavior. Currently, I am interested in how our environment shapes our perception and behavior. My research focuses on how the statistics of our visual environment are efficiently encoded in neural representations as prior beliefs and how these lead to biases in perceptual decision-making.
Presentations and Publications
- H. Zhao, D. Straub, C. A. Rothkopf. The visual control of interceptive steering: how do people steer a car to intercept a moving target? Under review.
|2017 – 2019||M.Sc. Psychology in IT, TU Darmstadt, Germany|
|2013 – 2017||B.Sc. Psychology in IT, TU Darmstadt, Germany|