- PhD student; Cand. psychol.
Christoffer Hatlestad-Hall is a PhD student in cognitive neuroscience in the CoHR group.
His educational background is as a clinical psychologist, with primary focus on clinical neuropsychology.
His research interests include electroencephalographical (EEG) signal preprocessing and analysis and neuropsychological assessment methods.
Professional skills include development and programming of cognitive experimental paradigms and EEG analysis pipelines.
The organization of functional neurocognitive networks in focal epilepsy correlates with domain-specific cognitive performance
J Neurosci Res
Source-level EEG and graph theory reveal widespread functional network alterations in focal epilepsy
Clin Neurophysiol, 132 (7), 1663-1676
Sensory-Induced Human LTP-Like Synaptic Plasticity - Using Visual Evoked Potentials to Explore the Relation Between LTP-Like Synaptic Plasticity and Visual Perceptual Learning
Front Hum Neurosci, 15, 684573
Evidence for Reduced Long-Term Potentiation-Like Visual Cortical Plasticity in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder
Schizophr Bull (in press)
Do visual and auditory stimulus-specific response modulation reflect different mechanisms of neocortical plasticity?
Eur J Neurosci, 53 (4), 1072-1085
Experience-dependent modulation of the visual evoked potential: Testing effect sizes, retention over time, and associations with age in 415 healthy individuals
Neuroimage, 223, 117302
Equivalence Class Formation and the N400: Methodological Issues
Psychol. Rec., 69 (2), 175-191