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Ilona Kotlewska-Waś

i.kotlewska_at_nencki.gov.pl

Position:

PhD student in Laboratory of Psychophysiology

Education:

Master degree in Psychology at Warsaw University, Poland. Faculty of Psychology, specialization: Clinical neuropsychology (2012)

Warsaw University, College of Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in Matematics and Natural Science (MISMaP). Fields of studies: Psychology, Biology, Neuroinformatics (2012)

University of Barcelona, Spain. Faculty of Psychology (2011)


Collaboration:

Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology

Scientific interests:

Cognitive neuroscience in the fields of:

-     self consciousness

-     continuity of the SELF across time

-     auditory scene analysis and mismatch negativity phenomenon

-     statistical analysis (EEG and MRI data analysis)

Courses:

-    Introduction to Interactive Programming (Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA)

-    Introduction to music therapy

-    Networking

-    Project Management

-    Statistical Parametric Mapping (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

-    Summer School of Data Analysis (2014), Warsaw (Analysis of Social Networks, Data Visualisation Techniques, Programming in R)

-    The Phylogeny of the Self (Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology)

Publications:

Kotlewska I, Nowicka A. Present-self, past-self and the close-other: Neural correlates of assigning trait adjectives to oneself and others. European Journal of Neuroscience, 44(4): 2064-2071, 2016

Kotlewska I, Nowicka A. Pre-reflective and reflective self at present and in the past: ERP studies of self detection and reflection. Psychophysiology, 52: S74-S74, 2015

Kotlewska I, Nowicka A. Present self, past self and close-other: event-related potential study of face and name detection. Biological Psychology, 110: 201-211, 2015

Popular science publications:

"How to design catchy posters and write engaging articles"
Science Magazine 2015, vol. 347, issue 6217, p. 23

article pdf

Awards:

Best Speaker

Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology (June 2016)

An award for the best speech among young researchers at the Annual Report Session

Best 3rd Year PhD Student

Department of Neurophysiology (June 2016)

An award for the best presentation of my research results at the Annual Report Session in the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology.

Academic year 2015/2016.

Category: IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD

Best Scientific Poster

Biocentrum Ochota (October 2014)

The award for the best scientific poster presenting research results at the Opening of Academic Year 2014/2015.

Poster title: Present self, past self and close-other: EEG study of face and name recognition.

Best 1st Year PhD Student

Department of Neurophysiology (June 2014)

A reward for the best presentation of research results at the Annual Report Session.

Academic year 2013/2014.

Category: BEST BEGINNER

 

 

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