Ms Eva Balgova
I am a PhD Candidate in Cognitive Neuroscience working in the Neuroscience of Social and Semantic Cognition Lab under the supervision of Dr. Richard Binney. My research interests are focused around exploring the link between semantic and social cognition. I currently work on projects investigating the underlying neural mechanisms of semantic processing of various types of social concepts. The employed methods mainly involve functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).
- MSc: Clinical and Health Psychology
- BSc: Psychology
University of Liverpool, 2017
- PublishedThe Role of the Ventrolateral Anterior Temporal Lobes in Social Cognition
Balgova, E., Diveica, V., Walbrin, J. & Binney, R. J., 15 Oct 2022, In: Human Brain Mapping. 43, 15, p. 4589-4608 20 p.
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