Maria Nowicka, MSc
Ph.D. Student
m.nowicka@nencki.edu.pl

About me:

Education
2016-now: Nencki Institute, Laboratory of Language Neurobiology
2014-2016: University of Warsaw, Applications of Physics in Biology and Medicine with specialization in Neuroinformatics
- Msc, Applications of Physics in Biology and Medicine (2016)
2011-2014: University of Warsaw, Applications of Physics in Biology and Medicine with specialization in Neuroinformatics
- BA, Applications of Physics in Biology and Medicine (2014)

Honors & awards
- Scholarship START of the Foundation for Polish Science for most talented Polish young researchers, 2019

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ORCID iD icon https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6683-103X

Research interests:

EEG data analysis, processing of self-related information, steady state visual evoked potentials.

Selected publications:

Labecki M., Nowicka M. M., Suffczynski P. (2019). Temporal modulation of steady state visual evoked potentials.  Internal Journal of Neural Systems, 29(3):1850050.

Wójcik M. J., Nowicka M. M., Bola M., Nowicka A. (2019). Unconscious detection of one’s own image.  Psychological Science, 30(4):471-480.

Nowicka M. M., Wójcik M. J., Kotlewska I., Bola M., Nowicka A. (2018). The impact of self-esteem on preferential processing of self-related information: electrophysiological correlates of explicit self vs. other evaluation.  PLoS One, 13(7):e0200604.

Wójcik M. J., Nowicka M. M., Kotlewska I., Nowicka A. (2018). Self-face captures, holds and biases attention.  Frontiers in Psychology, 8:2371.

Kotlewska I., Wójcik M. J., Nowicka M. M., Marczak K., Nowicka A. (2017). Present and past selves: a steady-state visual evoked potentials approach to self-face processing. Scientific Reports, 7(1):16438.

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