Anastasia completed her PhD at Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf Germany focusing on biological movement. Her research in this project combines experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience to examine the vestibular contribution to self-embodiment and implicit perspective taking. Her principle supervisors are Christophe Lopez and Betty Mohler.
Current Project Focus
How does it feel to be somewhere else? (WP2 Project 1)
How does it feel to be someone else? (WP2 Project 3)
- Joachim Lange., Anastasia Pavlidou., Alfons Schnitzler. Lateralized modulation of beta band power in sensorimotor areas during action observation (2015)Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience.
- Anastasia Pavlidou., Alfons Schnitzler., Joachim Lange. Beta oscillations and their functional role in movement perception. (2014)Translational Neuroscience
- Anastasia Pavlidou., Alfons Schnitzler., Joachim Lange. Distinct spatiotemporal profiles of beta oscillations within visual and sensorimotor areas during action recognition as revealed by MEG. (2014)Cortex
- Anastasia Pavlidou., Alfons Schnitzler., Joachim Lange. Interactions between visual and motor areduring the recognition of plausible actions as revealed by MEG. (2014) Human Brain Mapping