Łucja Doradzińska, MSc
Ph.D. Student
l.doradzinska@nencki.edu.pl

About me:

  • 2019 (ongoing): PhD studies, Laboratory of Brain Imaging, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences
    Project: "The limits of unconscious processing. Is unconscious perceptual integration possible?"
    Supervisors: Michał Bola, PhD, prof. Anna Nowicka
  • 2016 - 2018: Internship, Laboratory of Brain Imaging, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences
    Project: "Is the neural correlates of consciousness are independent of the modality? Study of activation and interaction in the "global workspace" of the brain using EEGand fMRI"
    Supervisor: Michał Bola, PhD
  • 2013 - 2019: M.Sc. in Psychology, University of Warsaw, Inter-faculty Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

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Research interests:

Psychophysiological research, experimental neuropsychology, unconscious processes, attention, information integration.

Selected publications:

Bola, M., Paź, M., Doradzińska, Ł., & Nowicka, A. (2020). The self‐face captures attention without consciousness: Evidence from the N2pc ERP component analysis Psychophysiology, 58(4), e13759.

Doradzińska, Ł., Wójcik, M. J., Paź, M., Nowicka, M. M., Nowicka, A., & Bola, M. (2020). Unconscious perception of one's own name modulates amplitude of the P3B ERP component. Neuropsychologia, 147, 107564.

Furtak, M., Doradzińska, Ł., Ptashynska, A., Mudrik, L., Nowicka, A., & Bola, M. (2020). Automatic Attention Capture by Threatening, But Not by Semantically Incongruent Natural Scene Images Cerebral Cortex, 30(7), 4158-4168.


Funding:

Speciality from my kitchen: vegan french toasts