Veronica Dudarev

I have received my MA in psychology from the Moscow State University, and after a year of internship at the laboratory of Ran Hassin joined it as a Ph.D. student.

I have been involved in a number of research projects, starting with the work on face perception done with Hillel Aviezer. Then I’ve spent a couple of years studying unintentional activation of executive functions in joint actions. Currently my main interest is how non-conscious processes shape conscious experiences. Specifically, I am trying to understand how memory, both conscious and unconscious, affects conscious perception.