Hello. My name is Dr. Evangelia Chrysikou. I am an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Kansas. In my research, I use cognitive neuroscience methods (like functional magnetic resonance imaging) to take pictures of the brain in action, specifically of how how people learn and remember information about everyday objects.
On occasion, psychology faculty in the cognitive and brain sciences like myself may drop in on the blog. I look forward to interacting with you online!
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