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Thomas Geyer (PhD, 2004; “habilitation”, 2008; both LMU Munich) is Professor of Experimental Psychology, co-director of the international and interdisciplinary M.Sc. program in “Neuro-Cognitive Psychology”, and chairman of the Psychology Department’s MSc examination committees. His “MEMVIS” (MEMory in VIsual Search) research group investigates, using a variety of behavioral and neuroscientific techniques, how observers (the brain) succeed in detecting target objects in cluttered sensory environments.

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