Born 1949, Stockholm, Sweden
Studied History, Philosophy and Psychology at Lund University. PhD in Philosophy 1986
Medical School at Lund University. PhD in Physiology 1987
Professor of neuroscience
Department of Physiological Sciences
Associate professor of philosophy
- Physiological mechanisms underlying associative learning. Research is focused on the physiology of the cerebellum which contains the neural substrate for classical (Pavlovian) conditioning.
- Mechanisms underlying consciousness and cognition, including robot simulations of cognition.
- Has also worked in the philosophy of science, mainly causality.