Nils Neupärtl – Short Bio
Nils Neupärtl is a PhD student whose work focuses on perception and decision making. After completing his master degree in Biophysics at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies and the Goethe University in Frankfurt a. M. he joined the lab in November 2016.
Research in vision science has shown that a great variety of human behaviors and jugdements can be well described by Bayesian model approaches. In my current research I want to evaluate how humans integrate their prior beliefs about environmental statistics with available sensory measurements through different experiments ranging from purely perceptual to interactional decision tasks.
Presentations and publications
Neupärtl, N., & Rothkopf, C. (2018). Perceptual explaining away in depth judgements. Annual meeting of the Vision Science Society (VSS), St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA.
Neupärtl, N., Hoppe, D., Rothkopf, C. A., (2017). Bayesian analysis of the influence of size-relationship-priors on distance estimation. European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Berlin, Germany.
since 2016 PhD student at the Psychology of Information Processing lab
2015 – 2016 Student Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt a. M.
2013-2016 M.Sc. Biophysics, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
2010-2013 B.Sc. Biophysics, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
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