Kriti Bhatia

Kriti Bhatia

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Experimental Cognitive Science

Sand 6 / room F234

72076 Tübingen

Germany

 

E-Mail: kriti.bhatia@uni-tuebingen.de

Telephone: +49 7071 29 78973

Research interests

I am interested in human cognitive neuroscience and consciousness. In my research project, we investigate the role of modal (sensory) and amodal (abstract) representations in planning and control of human action. The overarching framework is provided by the Perception-Action Model (Goodale & Milner, 1992).

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I studied Biochemistry (B.Sc. honours) in India at the University of Delhi and Neuroscience (M.Sc.) in Germany at the University of Freiburg. In my master thesis, I conducted an EEG study in visual perception and cognition with Dr. Jürgen Kornmeier. Since May 2020, I am a PhD student in the Experimental Cognitive Science group.

Publications, Posters, Talks

  • Bhatia, K., Janczyk, M., Franz, V.H. (2022, March) Reviewing evidence for different representations in perception and action. Presented as a talk at the 64th Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Cologne, 2022, Modal and Amodal Cognition Symposium.

  • Kornmeier, J., Bhatia, K., Joos, E. (2021) Top-down resolution of visual ambiguity – knowledge from the future or footprints from the past? PLOS ONE 16(10): e0258667.

  • Bhatia, K., Janczyk, M., Franz, V.H. (2021, August) Is Garner Interference valid evidence for the Perception-Action Model? Presented as a poster at the 43rd European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2021.

  • Bhatia, K., Janczyk, M., Franz, V.H. (2021, March) Garner effects with Amodal Stimuli. Presented as a talk at the 63rd Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen TeaP@Home 2021, Modal and Amodal Cognition Symposium.

  • Frase, L., Mertens, L., Krahl, A., Bhatia, K., Feige, B., Heinrich, S.P., Vestring, S., Nissen, C., Domschke, K., Bach, M., Normann, C. (2021) Transcranial direct current stimulation induces long-term potentiation-like plasticity in the human visual cortex. Transl Psychiatry 11, 17.

  • Joos, E., Giersch, A., Bhatia, K., Heinrich, S.P., Tebartz van Elst, L., Kornmeier, J. (2020) Using the perceptual past to predict the perceptual future influences the perceived present – A novel ERP paradigm. PLOS ONE 15(9): e0237663.

  • Bhatia, K., Joos, E., Giersch, A., Heinrich, S.P., Tebartz van Elst, L., Kornmeier, J. (2019, August) How do expectations modulate perception? Presented as a poster at the 42nd European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Leuven, Belgium.

  • Bhatia, K., Joos, E., Giersch, A., Heinrich, S.P., Tebartz van Elst, L., Kornmeier, J. (2019, March) How do expectations modulate perception? Presented as a talk at the International Interdisciplinary Computational Cognitive Science Spring School (IICCSSS), Freiburg, Germany.