Marek Wypych, PhD
Principal Investigator

About me:

I work in LOBI since 2013. Besides my own research I support other neuroimaging projects conducted in our Laboratory.

Previously: My PhD in the Laboratory of Visual System in the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology concerned processing of motion in cat's visual system. In my background I am a mathematician. During my master thesis I analyzed biomedical signals with wavelets and classified single evoked potentials recorded from rat barrel cortex.

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Research interests:

I am interested in neural mechanisms underlying self-regulation disorders. In my research I often focus on procrastination which is one of the most common non-clinical self-regulation disorders.

Selected publications:

Wypych M, Potenza M (2021) Impaired Learning From Errors and Punishments and Maladaptive Avoidance—General Mechanisms Underlying Self-Regulation Disorders?  Front. Psychiatry 11:609874. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2020.609874

Wypych M, Michałowski JM, Droździel D, Borczykowska M, Szczepanik M, Marchewka A (2012)  Attenuated brain activity during error processing and punishment anticipation in procrastination–a monetary Go/No-go fMRI study.  Sci Rep 9, 11492 (2019).

Wypych M, Matuszewski J, Dragan WŁ  (2012)  Roles of impulsivity, motivation, and emotion regulation in procrastination–path analysis and comparison between students and non-students. Front. Psychol. 9:891. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00891

Michałowski JM, Koziejowski W, Droździel D, Harciarek M, Wypych M (2012)  Error processing deficits in academic procrastinators anticipating monetary punishment in a go/no-go study.  Pers. Individ. Dif. 117, 198–204 (2017)

M. Wierzba, M. Riegel, M. Wypych, K. Jednoróg, A. Grabowska & A. Marchewka Cognitive control over memory – individual differences in memory performance for emotional and neutral material
Scientific Reports volume 8, Article number: 3808 (2018)

Gola M., Wordecha M., Sescousse G., Lew-Starowicz M., Kossowski B., Wypych M., Makeig S., Potenza M.N., Marchewka A. Can pornography be addictive? An fMRI study of men seeking treatment for problematic pornography use Neuropsychopharmacology. 2017 Apr 14. doi: 10.1038/npp.2017.78.

Riegel M., Wierzba M., Wypych M., Żurawski Ł., Jednoróg K., Grabowska A., Marchewka A. Nencki Affective Word List (NAWL): the cultural adaptation of the Berlin Affective Word List – Reloaded (BAWL-R). Behavior Research Methods, 2015, Volume 47, Issue 4, pp 1222-1236

Wypych M, Nagy A, Mochol G, Foik A, Benedek G, Waleszczyk WJ (2014) Spectral characteristics of phase sensitivity and discharge rate of neurons in the ascending tectofugal visual system. PLoS One 2014, 8:  e103557.

Wypych M, Wang C, Nagy A, Benedek G, Dreher B, Waleszczyk WJ (2012) Standardized F1 - a consistent measure of strength of modulation of visual responses to sine-wave drifting gratings. Vision Res 72: 14–33.

Wypych M, Kublik E, Wojdyłło P, Wróbel A (2003) Sorting functional classes of evoked potentials by waveletsNeuroinformatics 1 (2), 193-202


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Speciality from my kitchen: pork neck braised in Chianti wine.