Research scientist, postgraduate student.
Alexander has an interest in the area of speech and language. The focus of his attention now is psychosomatics and related areas which include assimilation, encoding, transmission and understanding of meanings. A separate line in his interests are psychotechnics aimed at coping with distress and exploring the possibilities of VR technologies.
In the Lab
Alexander was engaged in the development of the explicit-implicit project paradigm, periodically engaged in the organization and maintenance of data collection, processing of EEG data, conducting experiments related to tDCS stimulation, writing articles, maintenance of equipment and organization of laboratory activities.
- Shtyrov Y.Y., Kirsanov A.S., Shcherbakova O.V.Explicitly Slow, Implicitly Fast, or the Other Way Around? Brain Mechanisms for Word Acquisition. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. – 2019. – Vol. 13(4), рр. 334–338. DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2019.00116.