• Memory for Intentions
  • Computational theory of Intention Selection
  • Sense of Agency and Motor Control Models
  • Underdetermination of Model Choice in Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Models of Control and Moral Responsibility
  • Nature and Functions of Mind-wandering

Externally funded projects

  • Selection in Cognition (funded by a Carlsberg Foundation Semper Ardens: Advance grant, 2023-2028, DKK 19,004,613, PIs: Søren Kyllingsbæk and Thor Grünbaum).
  • Theory Crisis in Cognitive Neuroscience (funded by Research Fund Denmark, 2023-2027, DKK 2,879,301, PI: Thor Grünbaum).
  • Causal Modelling in Cognitive Motor Control (funded by a Carlsberg Semper Ardens: Accelerate grant, 2023-2026, DKK 4,895,222, PI: Mark Schram Christensen).
  • Learning to Move from Virtual Reality - Fuelled with Neuroscience Powered by Data (funded by University of Copenhagen Data+ grant, 2022-2025, DKK 1,654,000; collaboration between Dept. of Psychology and Dept. of Computer Science, PIs: Mark Schram Christensen and Joanna Bergström).
  • Augmenting vision by combining augmented reality with models of visual attention (funded by a Villum Synergy grant 2023-2026, DKK 2,996,301, PIs: Søren Kyllingsbæk and Kasper Hornbæk).
  • The functional role of perception of movements (funded by Research Fund Denmark, 2020-2023, DKK 6,191,343, PIs: Mark Schram Christensen and Thor Grünbaum).

Past projects

  • Intentions, Selection and Agency (funded by Research Fund Denmark, 2016-2022, DKK 5,670,757, PI: Thor Grünbaum).
  • Intentional action, attention to objects, and working memory (funded by Research Fund Denmark, 2010-2014, DKK 7,783,200, PI: Søren Kyllingsbæk).
  • Phenomenal Consciousness and Cognitive Motor Control (funded by Research Fund Denmark, 2012-2015, DKK 6,254,816, PIs: Morten Overgaard, Thor Grünbaum and Mark Schram Christensen).
  • Modeling Visual Cognition - Perception, Attention, and Short-term Memory (funded by Danish Agency for Independent Research, 2011-2015, DKK 8,591,280, PI: Søren Kyllingsbæk).