Robert M. Mok

Affiliations: 
2012-2016 University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
 2016-2017 MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
 2017-2020 University College London, London, United Kingdom 
 2020-2023 MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Cognitive Neuroscience
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Anna C. Nobre grad student 2012- Oxford
Jon Driver grad student 2010-2011 UCL
Nikolaus Kriegeskorte post-doc 2016-2017
Bradley C. Love post-doc 2017-2020
John Duncan post-doc 2020-2023 Cambridge
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Pelekanos V, Mok RM, Joly O, et al. (2020) Rapid event-related, BOLD fMRI, non-human primates (NHP): choose two out of three. Scientific Reports. 10: 7485
Mok RM, Love BC. (2019) A non-spatial account of place and grid cells based on clustering models of concept learning. Nature Communications. 10: 5685
Mok RM, O'Donoguhue MC, Myers NE, et al. (2019) Neural markers of category-based selective working memory in aging. Neuroimage
Mok RM, Hajonides van der Meulen JE, Holmes EA, et al. (2018) Changing interpretations of emotional expressions in working memory with aging. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Kriegeskorte N, Mok RM. (2017) Building machines that adapt and compute like brains. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e269
Mok RM, Myers NE, Wallis G, et al. (2016) Behavioral and Neural Markers of Flexible Attention over Working Memory in Aging. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Romei V, Thut G, Mok RM, et al. (2012) Causal implication by rhythmic transcranial magnetic stimulation of alpha frequency in feature-based local vs. global attention. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 35: 968-74
Romei V, De Haas B, Mok RM, et al. (2011) Auditory Stimulus Timing Influences Perceived duration of Co-Occurring Visual Stimuli. Frontiers in Psychology. 2: 215
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