I earned my M.A. in University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw which focused on the link between social mimicry, awareness and liking. The overarching goal of my research in Affective Brain Lab is to investigate the cognitive and neural mechanisms of decision making by using behavioral measures in conjunction with magnetoencephalography (MEG).
NewsCongratulations to Jemma Theivendran and Joe Marks for being accepted as PhD students of the Affective Brain Lab!Congratulations Andreas Kappes for accepting a lectureship position at City London UniversityGarret et al, 2016 is ranked #1 out of all Nature Neuroscience articles ever (~3K) to be tracked on the Altmetric Score measuring quality and quantity of online attentionTali Sharot wins the 2016 Early Career Award from the Society for Neuroeconomics
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