Karolina Janacsek

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Affiliation: 
Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest
Country of residence: 
Hungary
Short resume: 

The main focus in my research is on implicit, non-conscious learning. This type of learning is crucial in everyday life from infancy to old age because it underlies motor (e.g., riding a bike), cognitive (e.g., language learning) as well as social skills (e.g., communication of emotions). During my graduate studies, I explored specific properties of implicit, non-conscious learning (e.g., development and aging, relationship to other kinds of learning/memory processes). My research also involved specific groups, for example, children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Recently I started to focus more on cognitive development and its relationship to academic performance. I’m leading a longitudinal research project to explore those cognitive abilities which can lead to a good performance at school.

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