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Pawel Matusz

  • PhD
  • Principal Investigator / Senior Postdoctoral Fellow
  • University Hospital Centre (CHUV) - University of Lausanne
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Recent publications

  • Multisensory contributions to object recognition and memory across the lifespan

    • Matusz P
    • Wallace M
    • Murray M
  • Kwestionariusz Potrzeby Poznania – konstrukcja i wery ¿ kacja empiryczna narz Ċ dzia mierz ą cego motywacj Ċ poznawcz ą

    • Matusz P
    • Traczyk J
    • Agata G

Professional experience

Principal Investigator / Senior Postdoctoral Fellow

University Hospital Centre (CHUV) - University of Lausanne

January 2017 - Present

Postdoctoral Fellow

The Laboratory for Investigative Neurophysiology (LINE), Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV)

January 2014 - January 2017(3 years)

Postgraduate researcher

Deparment of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford

November 2012 - May 2013(6 months)

Visiting Lecturer

Warsaw International Studies in Psychology, Warsaw University, Faculty of Psychology

November 2012


University College London

September 2011 - November 2012(a year)

Teaching Asssistant

Birkbeck College

September 2011 - October 2012(a year)


Birkbeck College, University of London

October 2010 - June 2011(8 months)


PhD Cognitive Sciences

Birkbeck, University of London

October 2009 - May 2013(4 years)

MA Hons (Distinction) Psychology

University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) Campus in Wroclaw

October 2004 - July 2009(5 years)

fMRI Workshop: Neuroimaging of structure & function of human brain

University of Social Sciences and Humanities & Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology

April 2009 - May 2009(a month)

Psychology / Social Sciences BA Program

Cardiff University

October 2007 - July 2008(9 months)


In the last twenty years there's been a gradual shift towards thinking about perception, attention and learning as processes that traditionally occur in environments that are multi-sensory in nature. My research interests lie in how these processes are affected by the multisensory character of such stimuli (cf., stimuli possessing emotional valence). More specifically, I am interested in multisensory processes as sources of processing bias towards multisensory audiovisual objects that are based on temporal co-occurrence (Matusz & Eimer, 2011), pure task-relevance (Matusz & Eimer, 2013), or preference for conspecific objects (Matusz, Thelen, Cappe, Knebel, & Murray, in prep.), and how these affect learning (Thelen*, Matusz* & Murray, 2014). I am also interested in how these biases might change across age as they dynamically interact with other developing mental processes. I use a combination of behavioural, electrophysiological and developmental approaches to study the neural and cognitive mechanisms by which multisensory processes faciliate perception, bias attentional selection and shape learning.


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