Raquel London

Raquel London

Post-doctoral researcher

Ghent University


I’m a post-doctoral researcher in the Control of Impulsive Action (Ctrl-ImpAct) lab at the Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University. I’m currently investigating whether and how the kinds of decisions people make in traditional psychological experiments are related to people’s decision making tendencies in real life. I use computational modeling and Bayesian statistics to answer this question.

During my PhD I investigated how spontaneous brain activity predicts the temporal and spatial resolution of audio-visual perception. My PhD thesis can be found here.

In our lab we follow Open Science practices. For more information, see the mission statement of the Ctrl-ImpAct lab on Open Science.


  • Perception
  • Decision Making
  • Data analysis and visualization


  • PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, 2019

    Ghent University

  • MSc in Experimental Psychology, 2005

    Rijksuniversiteit Groningen


COVID-19 Decision Making

This study aims to better understand how people make decisions in the COVID-19 crisis, and on which information they are basing those decisions.