Jennifer Swart | PhD Student
Jennifer Swart completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology and the Psychology Research Master, at the University of Amsterdam, specializing in Brain & Cognition. During her master's research project she studied with EEG how temporal information predicting conflict influences cognitive control, and specialized in time-frequency analyses. She continued working as a research asisstant with Hanneke den Ouden, studying the role of serotonin and dopamine in activation and motivation. Currently she is working as a PhD student, focusing on the electrophysiological processes in the brain that enable people to overcome their affective biases.