Having a passion for design, Ece enrolled in the university as an architecture student, later started her double major in psychology to discover the relationship between people and places. Her passion then evolved into exploring this relationship so, now, spatial navigation became her primary research goal. She is also interested in cognitive map controversy, and wayfinding and design (hoping to work with virtual reality and fMRI). She enjoys traveling, designing posters, and watching TV series (her all-time favorite is Hannibal).
Fun fact: She is moving 6.080 miles (9.785 km) away to pursue her Ph.D. degree!
I am a psychology graduated (double major) medical doctor whose PhD in Neuroscience is still ongoing at Istanbul Medipol University. I would like to study on the topics of clinical oriented neuroscience especially related to psychiatric pathologies.
Postdoctoral scholar at the Florida Center for Reading Research (Florida State University). Ph.D. in Psychology in the Educational and Developmental department at La Laguna University, Spain. Graduated in Psychology with mention in Clinical Psychology from the University of the Basque Country (Spain). She has a master’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning Disabilities from la Laguna University. She was awarded with a full-time predoctoral grant by the Canary Agency for Research, Innovation and Information Society Her interest in the research of learning disabilities enables her to get a predoctoral research grant from the Canary Island government. She is part of the researcher team called "Learning Disabilities, Psycholinguistics, and New Technologies” headed by Juan E. Jiménez and the research team lead by Dr. Donald Compton at Florida State University.
Her research is focused on early reading difficulties, bilingualism, individual differences in reading development, statistical analysis, and data science. Her main contribution is the development of a Curriculum Based Measure to identify students at risk for potential reading difficulties and to monitor the progress in the early skills of literary acquisition of those students who receives the Tier-2 (small group intervention) using a Response to Intervention Model.
PhD student in Economics and Global Security. Interested in psychology of consumer behavior, ethical consumerism, socially responsible behavior, psychology of criminal justice, data privacy and psychology.
I obtained my Bachelor's and Master's degree in psychology at University of Zagreb, Croatia. Currently I am a PhD candidate at School of Medicine, Western Sydney University in Australia. I am primarily interested in the role body image facets play in eating disorder onset, maintenance and relapse. My work is devoted to establishing better measurement practices for body image, by developing a new multidimensional questionnaire for assessment of this construct. My other interests include perfectionism, eating behaviours in athletes and people who exercise, the influence of social media on our mental health, etc.
Merve is studying psychology at Yeditepe University, Istanbul. She plans to apply for a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology after she graduates. Her main interests are attachment, addiction and psychodrama. She is the editor of PsiNossa, which is a semi-academic journal published by psychology students on a monthly basis. In her free time, she enjoys theatre and doing yoga.
Maria is a recent graduate from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Greece, with a bachelor in psychology. Her main interests are learning, education, motivation and methodology as well as open science and epistemology. She was also the Member Representative of Greece in the European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations for the 2019-2020 mandate. In her free time she enjoys doing crafts, reading books, travelling and hanging out with friends.
Martha is just finishing her final year at the University of Sussex, studying Psychology with Neuroscience. She hopes to go on to study a Master’s in Neuroscience and Developmental Psychology upon completing her undergraduate degree. She loves music, basketball, football, and talking about nonsense, but her main passion lies in trying to understand people and the brain.