Anastasia Pavlidou

I am a postdoctoral fellow at Jay’s lab. I completed my PhD in Neuroscience at Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany in early 2013. The focal point of my PhD research was on the functional role of visual and motor areas during the process of movement recognition by means of MEG and tDCS. My current research focuses on crossmodal interactions between visual and haptic information during the categorization and recognition of novel objects.


Anastasia Pavlidou, Alfons Schnitzler. Joachim Lange.
Distinct spatio-temporal profiles of beta-oscillations within visual and sensorimotor areas during action recognition as revealed by MEG. Under Review.

Anastasia Pavlidou, Alfons Schnitzler, Joachim Lange. Interactions between visual and motor areas during the recognition of plausible actions as revealed by MEG. (2012) Human Brain Mapping.