Instructors

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Anna Anzulewicz PhD

Email: anna.anzulewicz@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Introduction to user experience design and research – elective
  • Modern neuroscience of consciousness – elective
  • Modern topics in cognitive neuroscience
  • Cognitive Psychology I – elective
  • Statistics with R – elective
  • Psychophysiology and eye-tracking

 

dr hab. Maciej Haman, prof. ucz.

Email: maciej.haman@psych.uw.edu.pl

In my research, which falls within the fields of neurocognitive science and developmental neurocognitive science, I deal with the study of conceptual structures underlying knowledge about the surrounding reality and their development in different periods of life, from infancy to adulthood. The research conducted in my studio concerns the understanding of the categories of number, space, intentions and states of mind, object and the distinction between animate and inanimate objects, causality, as well as the mechanisms of attention aimed at extracting from the environment the information that is most important for the acts of categorisation performed. In my research, I use both classical experimental procedures and measures of brain activity during cognitive tasks, in particular eytracking and fNIRS. I am currently conducting research projects on (1) early development of number sense and relation of number representation to space, especially in the context of acquisition of symbolic number representation systems and cross-linguistic differences (Polish-German-English), and (2) most basic elements of social and animate world conceptualization, including brain bases of mind understanding and animate movement (primarily in development, but also in adults and subclinical and clinical populations). I also collaborate with BabyLab and on various projects by PhD students and other collaborators. More complete information can be found on the lab website: http://koncept.strony.psych.uw.edu.pl/

Teaching activities:

  • Advanced topics in cognitive science
  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab

 

Grzegorz Krajewski  PhD 

Email: krajewski@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab

 

dr hab. Łukasz Okruszek

Email: lukasz.okruszek@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Modern topics in cognitive neuroscience
  • Advanced research methods and experimental design in neuroscience
  • Neuropsychiatry
  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab

 

Albertyna Osińska PhD

Email: albertyna.paciorek@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Modern Psycholinguistics

 

Agnieszka Pluta PhD

Email: apluta@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Advanced research methods and experimental design in neuroscience
  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab

 

Prof. Joanna Rączaszek- Leonardi

Email: raczasze@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Information theory for cognitive sciences
  • Cognitive processes modelling I
  • Cognitive processes modelling II
  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab

 

Marta Sobańska PhD

Head of Cognitive Science Studies

Email: marta.sobanska@psych.uw.edu.pl

Teaching activities:

  • Biologiczne mechanizmy zachowania I
  • Wprowadzenie do neuronauki poznawczej
  • Testowe metody oceny neuropsychologicznej
  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab

dr hab. Przemysław Tomalski

Email: p.tomalski@uw.edu.pl

My research interests include developmental neurocognitive science – the field that describes the relationship between mental development and brain development. In particular, I am interested in how early experiences and the environment in which infants develop affect the way they cope with challenges, as well as how they learn and organise their actions. One way to get answers to this question is to study infants who develop in families with different levels of wealth, or who have a high risk of developing a disorder such as autism. As well as gaining a better understanding of the mechanisms of development, my research will allow us to develop new methods of screening and screening infants and young children. This will enable us to diagnose potential difficulties very early in a child’s life and then prevent them through early intervention, even before developmental difficulties develop into disorders.

Teaching activities:

  • Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Psychologia rozwoju człowieka I
  • Diploma seminar
  • Research lab