Thomas Habekost

Thomas Habekost

Professor

Sprogkundskaber

Dansk/skandinavisk og engelsk.

Født 9. Februar 1973.

Karriere

2017-        : Professor i kognitiv neuropsykologi, Institut for Psykologi, KU

2015-        : Viceinstitutleder, Institut for Psykologi, KU

2013-2017 : Professor MSO i kognitiv neuropsykologi, Institut for Psykologi, KU

2011-2013 : Lektor i kognitionspsykologi, Institut for Psykologi, KU

2008-2010: Adjunkt, Institut for Psykologi, KU

2006-2008: Postdoc, Københavns Universitets satsningsområde "Brain and Mind".

2005:          Postdoc, Institut for Psykologi, KU.

2002-2005: Ph.D. stipendiat, Institut for Psykologi, KU.

2003:          Gæsteforsker, Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, Storbrittanien.

2001:          Forskningsassistent, Institut for Psykologi, KU.

2001:          Forskningsassistent, Neurobiologisk Forskningsenhed, Rigshospitalet.

 

Udvalgte publikationer

Petersen, A., Petersen, A.-M., Bundesen, C., Vangkilde, S., & Habekost, T. (2017). The effect of phasic auditory alerting on visual perception. Cognition, 165, 73-81.

Lunau, R., & Habekost, T. (2017). Effects of irrelevant color grouping on attentional selection in partial report. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79(5), 1323-1335.

Caspersen, I., Vangkilde, S., Plessen, K., Petersen, A., & Habekost, T. (2017). Perceptual and response-dependent profiles of attention in children with ADHD. Neuropsychology, 31(4), 349-360.

Habekost, T. (2015). Clinical TVA-based studies: a general review. Frontiers in Psychology.

Bundesen, C., Vangkilde, S., & Habekost, T. (2015). Components of visual bias: a multiplicative hypothesis. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Habekost, T., Petersen, A., Behrmann, M., & Starrfelt, R. (2014). From word superiority to word inferiority: visual processing of letters and words in pure alexia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 31(5-6), 413-436.

Bundesen, C., & Habekost, T. (2014). Theory of Visual Attention (TVA). In S. Kastner and K. Nobre (Eds), Oxford Handbook of Attention. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Habekost, T., Vangkilde, S., & Petersen, A. (2014). Assessment of attention: ANT and TVA provide complementary measures. Behavior Research Methods, 46(1), 81-94. 

Caspersen, I. D., & Habekost, T. (2013). Selective and sustained attention in children with spina bifida myelomeningocele. Child Neuropsychology, 19(1), 55-77.

Bundesen, C., Habekost, T., & Kyllingsbæk, S. (2011). A neural theory of visual attention and short-term memory (NTVA). Neuropsychologia, 49, 1446-1457.

Habekost, T. (2010). ADHD: en neurobiologisk forstyrrelse? Psyke og Logos, 31:2, 647-667.

Vangkilde, S., & Habekost, T. (2010). Finding Wally: Prism adaptation improves visual search in chronic neglect. Neuropsychologia, 48, 1994-2004.

Starrfelt, R., Habekost, T., & Gerlach, C. (2010). Visual processing in pure alexia: a case study. Cortex, 46, 242-255.

Starrfelt, R., Habekost, T., & Leff, A. (2009). Too little, too late: reduced visual span and speed characterize pure alexia. Cerebral Cortex, 19, 2880-2890.

Bundesen, C., & Habekost, T. (2008). Principles of Visual Attention: linking mind and brain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Habekost, T., & Rostrup, E. (2007). Visual attention capacity after right hemisphere lesions. Neuropsychologia, 45, 1474-1488.

Habekost, T., & Starrfelt, R. (2006). Alexia and quadrant-amblyopia. Reading disability after a minor visual field deficit. Neuropsychologia, 44, 2465-2476.

Habekost, T., & Rostrup, E. (2006). Persisting asymmetries of vision after right side lesions. Neuropsychologia, 44, 876-895.

Bundesen, C., & Habekost, T. (2005). Attention. In K. Lamberts & R. Goldstone: Handbook of Cognition (pp. 105-129). London: Sage Publications.

Bundesen, C., Habekost, T., & Kyllingsbaek, S (2005). A neural theory of visual attention: Bridging cognition and neurophysiology. Psychological Review, 112, 291-328.

Habekost, T. (2005). Deficits in visual attention after right side brain damage. TVA based patient studies. Doctoral dissertation. University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Habekost, T., & Bundesen, C. (2003). Patient assessment based on a theory of visual attention (TVA): Subtle deficits after a right frontal-subcortical lesion. Neuropsychologia, 41, 1171-1188.

 

Større forskningsbevillinger

 

2008-2013: Andel af bevilling fra Københavns Universitets Stjerneforskningsprogram (PI: Claus Bundesen): "Integrated visual attention research": 20.000.000 kr.

2012-2015: Bevilling fra Det Frie Forskningsområdes Sapere Aude program (PI: Thomas Habekost): "The attentive mind: towards a unified theory of visual selectivity and arousal": 8.637.068 kr.

2013-2017: Andel af bevilling fra Københavns Universitets tværfakultære 2016-program (PI: Ulrik Gether, vice-PI: Thomas Habekost): "Attention to Dopamine": 18.759.000 kr.

2013-2017: Andel af bevilling fra Københavns Universitets tværfakultære 2016-program (PI: Susanne Ditlevsen): "Dynamical Systems": 28.176.000 kr.

2017-2020: Andel af bevilling fra Lundbeckfonden (PI: Ulrik Gether): "Attention, impulsivity and monoamines". 9.997.185 kr.

 

Bedømmelsesarbejde og administration

Fagkoordinator for Bachelorprojekter på Institut for Psykologi, KU: 2013-

Medlem af Studienævnet på Institut for Psykologi, KU: 2013-16

Medlem af den Videnskabsetiske Komité på Institut for Psykologi, KU: 2012-14

Medlem af Det Unge Akademi i Videnskabernes Selskab: 2011-16

Forskningskoordinator for det Internationale TVA netværk (ITVA): 2010-

Medlem af Institutrådet ved Institut for Psykologi, KU: 2008-2012

Medlem af Styregruppen på Center for Visuel Kognition: 2008-

Reviewer for the European Science Foundation, the Swedish Research Council, Cognition, Cognitive Psychology, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Neuropsychologia, Neuropsychology, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, and Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience.

Uddannelse

Cand.psych., Ph.D.

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