Dept of Exp Psychology
Henri Dunantlaan 2, 9000 Ghent, Belgium
My research focused on the neural basis of cognitive control and intentional action, how task-relevant information is represented in the brain, and how such representations change under varying demands. To investigate these issues, I combined functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), machine learning tools such as multivariate decoding and representational similarity analysis, and computational modelling techniques.
I also have a keen interest in laypeople’s views on free will (“Do you think free will exists?”), whether (dis)believing in free will affects our behavior, and how beliefs and attitudes towards free will are related.
I firmly believe in open and reproducible science, and in my quest to live up to these ideals I made my research process as transparent as I can, and shared the data and code I produced (some of which you can find here).
To get in touch, just write me an email, david(dot)wisniewski(at)ugent(dot)be, or find your preferred platform at the bottom of this page.
PreprintAdaptive coding of stimulus information in human fronto-parietal cortex during visual classificationpreprint
RSOSRelating free will beliefs and attitudesRoyal Society Open Science Feb 2022
Sci RepOutcome contingency selectively affects the neural coding of outcomes but not of tasksScientific Reports Dec 2019