Iria San Miguel Insúa
Predictive processes in motor-sensory interactions
Iria SanMiguel obtained her Psychology degree in 2004 from the University of Barcelona, where she continued on to do her dissertation at the Brainlab - Cognitive Neuroscience Research Group, obtaining her PhD in the Neurosciences graduate program in 2008.
During her PhD, she spent several months as a visiting researcher in the UK, at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience in Bangor, Wales. After defending her PhD thesis, she was hired at the University of Leipzig (Germany) working as a Postdoc in the Reinhart-Koselleck project "Predictive Modelling in Audition". She was also a visiting scientist in Montréal (Canada) at the BRAMS - International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research, and in Budapest (Hungary) at the Cognitive Development Center.
In January 2015, she returned as a senior researcher (Ramón y Cajal fellow, tenure-track position) to the University of Barcelona, where she has joined the Brainlab leading the motor-sensory interactions research line.
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- San-Miguel I, Costa-Faidella J, Lugo ZR, Vilella E and Escera C Standard Tone Stability as a Manipulation of Precision in the Oddball Paradigm: Modulation of Prediction Error Responses to Fixed-Probability Deviants. FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE . 15: 734200-734200.
- Paraskevoudi N and San-Miguel I Self-generation and sound intensity interactively modulate perceptual bias, but not perceptual sensitivity. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS . 11(1): 17103-17103.
- Marzecova A, Schettino A, Widmann A, San-Miguel I, Kotz SA and Schroger E Attentional gain is modulated by probabilistic feature expectations in a spatial cueing task: ERP evidence. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS . 8(1): 54-54.