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Mr Ovidiu Brudan BSc, MSc

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Ovidiu Brudan is a Postgraduate Research Student within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

I have completed a 3-year BSc in Psychology at the University of Southampton (2014-2017) during which I have discovered my passion for statistics. During my time as an undergraduate I have also developed an interest for cognitive psychology, more specifically associative learning. 
 
Following the BSc I have completed a MSc in Research Methods in Psychology at the University of Southampton (2017-2018) which allowed me to focus more intensely on statistics. 
 
I am currently a PhD student at the University of Southampton funded by the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership – Advanced Quantitative Methods pathway. 

Research interests

I’m interested in the individual differences in associative learning, more specifically how impulsivity can affect certain associative learning processes such as conditioned inhibition and super-extinction.

I am passionate about statistics and as part of the Advanced Quantitative Methods pathway I am using advances statistics in all my studies and I have studied Bayesian statistics as well.

PhD research

Teaching supervision: Dr Steven Glautier; Dr Hedwig Eisenbarth

PhD (working) title: “The role of impulsivity in associative learning”

Part of the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership and funded by ESRC.

Research group

Centre for Perception and Cognition (CPC)

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