I’m a lecturer in the Department of Psychology and conduct research on cognitive science, cognitive psychology, and biological psychology.
My research focuses on understanding emotions by investigating adult emotional crying through several research and analysis methods, such as thermal imaging, psychophysiology, and multi-level modelling.
My other research interests include behavioural ecology, affective neuroscience, and environmental physiology.
Earning my PhD for my work on the psychophysiological correlates of emotional crying
Publishing research papers with Cambridge University Press and Frontiers
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