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Current research activities:
  • Neurobiological basis of autism spectrum disorders
  • fMRI study of emotional aspect of false memory. Project conducted with Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Magdeburg
  • Neural correlates of unconscious processing in neglect patients. Project conducted with the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology and Medical University of Warsaw
  • ERP and fMRI study of self-recognition
  • EMG study of dynamic and static emotional expression
  • Brain correlates of dyslexia: behavioral and electrophysiological study of attention, magnocellular, phonological and cerebellar dysfunctions. Project conducted with Institute fur Medizin, Julich
  • Interactions between explicit and implicit memory systems: fMRI study of Parkinson disease patients and patients with temporal epilepsy. Project conducted with Medical University of Warsaw
  • Neuroimaging of brain organization of motor function in consistent left-handers and left-handers switched to right-handedness. Project conducted in cooperation with Karolinska Institute, Jagiellonian University  and University of Oregon
  • Neural mechanisms underling intentional forgetting of neutral and emotional stimuli. In the project two different methods for measuring brain activity – fMRI and ERPs  are employed. Project conducted with Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Magdeburg
  • The effect of motivation on working memory: investigation of patients with orbitofrontal damage and fMRI study of healthy subjects. Project conducted with Medical University of Warsaw
  • Sex-related differences in brain organization of prosody function: investigation of brain damaged patients

 

 

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