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Aleksandra Dolgoarshinnaia

  • Aleksandra Dolgoarshinnaia has been at HSE University since 2020.


The responsibilities of reserach assistant include work in collective projects, participation in regular scientific seminars, conferences, workshops organized by the Center



Bachelor's in Asian and African Studies
Saint Petersburg State University

Young Faculty Support Program (Group of Young Academic Professionals)
Category "New Researchers" (2022-2023)

Postgraduate Studies

2nd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Behavioral and neural correlates of source monitoring processes
Academic Supervisor: Мартин Луенго Беатриз

Courses (2022/2023)

Courses (2021/2022)



RSF 19-18-00534 (2019-2021) "Neural dynamics and neuroanatomical substrates of metamemory and conversational pragmatics". Russian Science Foundation Competition 2019 "Conducting basic research and exploratory research by individual scientific groups"


  1. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B.  (2022). Do Intermediate and Advanced bilinguals differ in self-other source monitoring? Presented at the 6th International Winter Symposium on experimental studies of language and speech (Night Whites 2022)
  2. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B.  (2022). Bilingual reality monitoring: Who said it and in what language? Presented at Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLAP 28) - virtual.
  3. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B.  (2022). Reality monitoring in native and foreign language. Presented at the 6th Human Brain Project - Student Conference, HBP - virtual.
  4. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B. (2021). Monitoring the source of false information in native and foreign language. Presented at the XV International Symposium of Psycholinguistics - virtual.
  5. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B. (2021). Language and memory in bilinguals: source monitoring differences regarding false information in Russian-English bilinguals. Presented at the 15th National Meeting of APPE - virtual.
  6. Martín-Luengo, B., Zinchenko, O., Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Leminen, A. (2021). fMRI meta-analysis of retrospective confidence judgments. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, CNS-Virtual.
  7. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B. (2021). Source monitoring and false information endorsement in native and foreign language: an online study with Russian-English bilinguals. Presented at the 34th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, CUNY - virtual.
  8. Dolgoarshinnaia, A., & Martín-Luengo, B. (2021). Source monitoring: Effect of language and false information. Presented at the 5th Human Brain Project - Student Conference, HBP - virtual.

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Researchers Investigate Link Between Bilingualism and False Memories

HSE University researchers have discovered that false information in one’s native and second languages contribute equally to the formation of false memories. The study, entitled ‘False Memories in Native and Foreign Languages’, has beenpublished in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.