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Maria Ivanova

  • Maria Ivanova has been at HSE since 2011.

Education and Degrees

  • 2010

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD) in Medical Psychology

  • 2009

    PhD in Medical Psychology
    Thesis Title: Addressing confounding factors in the study of working memory in aphasia: Empirical evaluation of modified tasks and measures

  • 2005

    Degree
    Lomonosov Moscow State University

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Awards and Accomplishments

Courses (2015/2016)

Courses (2014/2015)

Courses (2013/2014)

Publications

Articles and book chapters66

Editorial board membership

  • 2016: Guest Editor, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

  • 2012: Guest Editor, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

  • 2010: Guest Editor, Aphasiology.

Grants

2015-2016, Russian fund for humanitarian studies

Electronic database “Normative data on verbal and visual stimuli for experimental and clinical use”, participant

 

2015-2017, Russian foundation for basic research

Scientific-research project:  “Impact of familial sinistrality on lateralization of language in the brain”, participant

 

2014-2016, Russian fund for humanitarian studies

Scientific-research project:  “Outlining linguistic deficits in different types of aphasia: Development and application of the Russian Aphasia Test”, principal investigator

 

2013-2015, Russian foundation for basic research

Scientific-research project:  “Neuroplasticity of language processing: reorganization of neural activity following local brain damage”, principal investigator

 

2012-2013, Russian fund for humanitarian studies

Scientific-research project:  “What memory does language need: investigating the impact of types of memory and its submechanisms on language processing in healthy individuals and individuals with aphasia”, principal investigator

 

2012-2014, Russian fund for humanitarian studies

Scientific-research project:  “Linguistic analysis through the eyes of patients with aphasia: characteristics of language processing in aphasia using eye tracking”, participant

 

2011-2013, Russian fund for humanitarian studies

Scientific-research project:  “Impact of structure and content of tasks on writing deficits in patients with dysgraphia following brain damage”, participant

500 000 rub ($17 000)   per year for 3 years

 

2011-2012, Russian fund for humanitarian studies

Electronic scientific-informational system “Verb and action: database of stimuli and normative data for experimental studies”, participant

 

2010, International Neuropsychological Association, Ian Novak-Dzerski College of Eastern Europe

Fellowship to attend the mid-year meeting of the International Neuropsychological Association

 

2008, Ohio University, Student senate

Original work grant “Empirical evaluation of a novel eye tracking task to assess working memory in aphasia”

 

2008, 2009, National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders

Fellowship to attend the NIDCD symposium as a part of the Clinical Aphasiology Conference

 

2007, ASHA Foundation

International student scholarship

 

Conferences

  • 2014

    27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing (Колумбус, Огайо). Presentation: Online comprehension of object wh-questions: Eye-tracking evidence against syntactic gap filling

  • 27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing (Колумбус, Огайо). Presentation: Impact of phonological distance on lexical ambiguity resolution in people with and without aphasia
  • 2013

    Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing (Columbia). Presentation: Lexical processing and working memory in individuals with and without aphasia.

  • Конференция «Когнитивная наука в Москве: новые исследования» (Москва). Presentation: Какие когнитивные процессы влияют на понимание речи при афазии.

  • Society for Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting 2013 (Сан Диего). Presentation: Right brain, wrong verb: functional neuroanatomy of action naming in aphasia
  • Society for Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting 2013 (Сан Диего). Presentation: Patterns of brain activation predicting greater language improvement in non-fluent aphasia.

Conference presentations

Conference presentations (total of  50), most recent:

  1. Ivanova, M.V., Isaev, D. Yu, Dragoy, O.V., Akinina, Yu.S., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Dronkers, D.F. (2015, May). Role of white matter tracts in language deficits in aphasia.  Meeting of the International School of Clinical Neuroanatomy – Temporal lobe. Ragusa, Italy.
  2. Isaev, D. Yu, Ivanova, M.V., Dragoy, O.V., Akinina, Yu.S., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Dronkers, D.F. (2015, April). A new approach to examining the role of white matter tracts in language disorders.  Workshop “Images of the Mind: New frontiers in brain imaging.  Advanced (f)MRI statistical methods and their applications. Milan, Italy.
  3. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., Akinina, Yu. S., Iskra, E.V., Kobzeva, A.S., &  Dragoy, O.V (2014, October). Measuring working memory in aphasia: Comparing performance on the complex span and N-back tasks. Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia. Miami, FL, USA.
  4. Ivanova, M., Dragoy, O., Vlasova, R., Kozintseva, E., Akinina, Yu., Malyutina, S., Petrushevsky, A., Fedina, O., & Gutyrchik, E. (2014, August). Neural circuitries underlying distinct naming errors in aphasia.  Poster presented at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  5. Dragoy, O., Malyutina, S., Ivanova, M., Laurinavichyute, A., Petrushevsky, A., Meindl, T., Poeppel, E., & Gutyrchik, E. (2014, August).  Fishing is not wrestling: Neural correlates of the verb instrumentality effect.   Poster presented at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  6. Heuer, S., Ivanova, M.V., & Hallowell, M.V. (2014, May). Exploring the relationship between attention allocation  and working memory processes in persons with and without aphasia. Poster presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference. St. Simons Island, GA, USA.
  7. Ivanova, M.V., Laurinavichyute, A.K., Dragoy, O.V., Ulicheva, A.S., & Kuptsova S.V. (2014, March). Impact of phonological distance on lexical ambiguity resolution in people with and without aphasia. Poster presented at the annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. Columbus, OH, USA.
  8. Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Laurinavichyute, A.K., Ulicheva, A.S., Kuptsova S.V., & Petrova, L.V. (2014, March). Online comprehension of object wh-questions: Eye-tracking evidence against syntactic gap filling. Poster presented at the annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. Columbus, OH, USA.
  9. Dragoy, O., Ivanova, M., Malyutina, S., Kozintseva, E., Akinina, Yu., Sevan, D.,  Kuptsova S., Petrushevsky, A., Fedina, O., & Gutyrchik, E. (2013, November).  Right brain, wrong verb: functional neuroanatomy of action naming in aphasia.  Poster presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. San Diego, CA, USA.
  10. Kuptsova S., Vlasova, R., Dragoy, O., Ivanova, M., Malyutina, S., Petrushevsky, A., Fedina, O., & Gutyrchik, E. (2013, November).  Patterns of brain activation predicting greater language improvement in non-fluent aphasia.  Poster presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. San Diego, CA, USA.
  11. Vlasova, R., Akhutina, T., Pechenkova, E., Sinitsyn, V., Mershina E., & Ivanova, M. (2013, November).  The role of syntagmatic and paradigmatic relations in noun-verb dissociation: an fMRI study.  Poster presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. San Diego, CA, USA.
  12. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Laurinavichyute, A.K., & Petrova, L.V. (2013, October). What cognitive mechanisms impact language comprehension in aphasia? Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia. Lucerne, Switzerland.
  13. Ivanova, M.V., Dragoy, O.V., Kuptsova, S.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Laurinavichyute, A.K., & Petrova, L.V. (2013, March).  Lexical processing and working memory in individuals with and without aphasia.  Poster presented at the annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. Columbia, SC, USA.
  14. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Petrova, L.V., Laurinavichyute, A.K., & Axhutina, T.V. (2012, November). Interaction between memory and attention in healthy individuals and individuals with non-fluent aphasia. Paper presented at the Moscow International Congress dedicated to the 110th anniversary of A.R. Luria’s birth. Moscow, Russia.
  15. Dragoy, O.V., Malytina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Kozintseva, E.G., Sevan, D.A., Kuptsova, S.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2012, October). Overcoming non-fluent aphasia: Differential contribution of cortex and cerebellum. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. San Sebastian, Spain.
  16. Kuptsova, S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Ulicheva A.S., Petrova, L.V., & Ponomareva, A.A. (2012, October). Lexical ambiguity resolution in non-fluent and fluent aphasia: Eye-tracking data.  Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia. San Francisco, CA, USA.
  17. Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., & Ulicheva, A.S. (2012, September).  Lexical ambiguity resolution as a function of working memory: Eye-tracking data from agrammatic and healthy individuals.  Paper presented at the Science of Aphasia Conference. Groningen, Netherlands.
  18. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Laurinavichyute, A.K., & Petrova, L.V. (2012, June).  Eye tracking methods to investigate verbal and nonverbal working memory.  Poster presented at the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad, Russia.
  19. Kuzmina, E.E., Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova S.V., & Ulicheva, A.S. (2012, June).  The role of memory in language processing in individuals with fluent and nonfluent aphasia.  Poster presented at the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad, Russia.
  20. Dragoy, O.V., Malytina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Kozintseva, E.G., Sevan, D.A., Kuptsova, S.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2012, May). Non-fluency represented in cerebrocerevellar network: An fMRI study of overt action naming in non-fluent aphasia.  Poster presented at the International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications.  Moscow, Russia.
  21. Kuptsova, S.V., Malytina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., Kozintseva, E.G., & Dragoy, O.V. (2012, May). Specificity of verb processing in patients with various types of aphasia compared to healthy controls (analysis of clinical cases). Poster presented at the International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications.   Moscow, Russia.
  22. Malytina, S.A., Dragoy, O.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., Ivanova, M.V., Kozintseva, E.G., Sevan, D.A., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2012, May). Neurophysiological correlates of word frequency during naming. Poster presented at the International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications.   Moscow, Russia.
  23. Ivanova, M.V., & Hallowell, B. (2012, April).  Challenges, pitfalls, and joys of a US-Russian aphasia research collaboration. Poster presented at the Global Summit on Higher Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders: Sustaining Global Alliances. Newport Beach, CA, USA.
  24. Skvortsov, A.A., Ivanova, M.V., & Dragoy, O.V. (2012, April).  Aphasiology in Russia – who should be taking the lead?  Poster presented at the Global Summit on Higher Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders: Sustaining Global Alliances. Newport Beach, CA, USA.
  25. Kuptsova S.V., Ivanova, M.V., Dragoy, O.V., & Ulicheva, A.S. (2012, January).  Which submechanisms influence working memory capacity? Poster presented at the Thirtieth European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology. Bressanone, Italy.
  26. Sekerina, I.A., Dragoy, O.V., & Ivanova, M.V. (2011, October). Time course of processing of grammatical agreement information in Russian agrammatism.   Poster presented at the Academy of Aphasia. Montreal, Canada.
  27. Kozintseva, E.G., Skvortsov, A.A.,  Zaykova, A.V., & Ivanova, M.V. (2011, September).  The study of task influence on the quantity and quality of writing errors in persons with sensory aphasia.  Poster presented at the 3rd Scientific Meeting of the Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology. Basel, Switzerland.
  28. Kuptsova, S.V., Ivanova, M.V., Dragoy, O.V., & Ulicheva, A.S. (2011, September).  When does working memory matter? Investigating impact of working memory on language comprehension in fluent and non-fluent aphasia. Poster presented at the Science of Aphasia Conference. Barcelona, Spain.
  29. Ulicheva A.S., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., & Kuptsova, S.V. (2011, September).  Processing of lexical ambiguity in Russian individuals with aphasia: An eye-tracking study. Poster presented at the Science of Aphasia Conference. Barcelona, Spain.
  30. Dragoy, O.V., Malyutina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Petryshevsky, A.G., Meindl, T., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2011, August).  Embodied representation of tool, hand and abstract verbs: Less action shows more sensorimotor grounding. Poster presented at the Conference on Embodied & Situated Language Processing. Bielefeld, Germany.
  31. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Kuzmina, E.E., Ulicheva, A.S., Petrova, L.V., & Dergyn, V.B. (2011, June).  Determining cognitive submechanisms of working memory.  Poster presented at the conference “Cognitive Science in Moscow: Novel Research”. Moscow, Russia.
  32. Malytina, S.A., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Laurinavichyute, A.K., Petrushevsky, A.G., Meindl, T., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2011, June). Neurophysiological correlates of motor and instrumental verbs: data from an fMRI investigation. Poster presented at the conference “Cognitive Science in Moscow: Novel Research”. Moscow, Russia.
  1. Ivanova, M.V., Heuer, S., & Hallowell, B. (2011, May).  Exploring the relationship between working memory capacity and attention allocation in persons with and without aphasia. Poster presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference. Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Published conference proceedings

Published abstracts

  1. Ivanova, M., Kuptsova, S., Akinina, Y., Iskra, E., Kobzeva, A., & Dragoy, O., (2014). Measuring working memory in aphasia: Comparing performance on complex span and N-back tasks. Front. Psychol. Conference Abstract: Academy of Aphasia -- 52nd Annual Meeting. DOI: 10.3389/conf.fpsyg.2014.64.00096
  2. Kozintseva, E.G., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Malyutina, S.A., Akinina, Yu.S., Sevan, D.A., Kuptsova, S.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2014). An fMRI study of naming actions in aphasia: the role of right hemisphere activation. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Kaliningrad, Russia, 64-65.
  3. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Laurinavichyute, A.K., & Petrova, L.V. (2013). What cognitive mechanisms impact language comprehension in aphasia? Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 94, 101-102.
  4. Laurinavichyute, A.K., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova S.V., Ulicheva, A.S., & Petrova, L.V. (2013). Primary and secondary lexical access in persons with aphasia: eyetracking data. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 94,116-117.
  5. Kozintseva E.G., Skvortsov A.A., Vlasova A.V., Ivanova M.V., & Mikadze Yu.V. (2013). Effect of task on writing in Wernicke’s agraphia. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 94, 183-184.
  6. Kozintseva, E.G., Dragoy, O.V., Malyutina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Sevan, D.A., Kuptsova, S.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2013). Naming actions in non-fluent aphasia: an fMRI study of compensatory reorganization of brain activity. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie, 18 (S01), 98-99.
  7. Kuptsova, S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Petrova, L.V., & Ponomareva, A.A. (2012). Lexical ambiguity resolution in non-fluent and fluent aphasia: eye-tracking data. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 61, 291-292.
  8. Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., & Ulicheva, A.S. (2012). Lexical ambiguity resolution as a function of working memory: eye-tracking data from agrammatic and healthy individuals. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie, 17 (2), 100-102.
  9. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., Ulicheva, A.S., Laurinavichyute, A.K., & Petrova, L.V. (2012).  Eye tracking methods to investigate verbal and nonverbal working memory.  Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Vol. 1. Kaliningrad, Russia, 81-83.
  10. Kuzmina, E.E., Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova, S.V., & Ulicheva, A.S. (2012).  The role of memory in language processing in individuals with fluent and nonfluent aphasia.  Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Vol. 1. Kaliningrad, Russia, 112-114.
  11. Dragoy, O.V., Malytina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Kozintseva, E.G., Sevan, D.A., Kuptsova, S.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., & Gutyrchik,  E.F. (2012). Non-fluency represented in cerebrocerebellar network: An fMRI study of overt action naming in non-fluent aphasia.  Proceedings of the International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications. Moscow: MGPPU, 36-38.
  12. Kuptsova, S.V., Malytina, S.A., Ivanova, M.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., Kozintseva, E.G., & Dragoy, O.V. (2012). Specificity of verb processing in patients with various types of aphasia compared to healthy controls (analysis of clinical cases). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications. Moscow: MGPPU, 74-76. (In Russian)
  13. Malytina, S.A., Dragoy, O.V., Petrushevsky, A.G., Fedina, O.N., Ivanova, M.V., Kozintseva, E.G., Sevan, D.A., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2012). Neurophysiological correlates of word frequency during naming. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Functional Neuroimaging: Basic Research and Clinical Applications. Moscow: MGPPU, 83-85. (In Russian)
  14. Odinak, M.M., Kovalenko, A.P., & Ivanova, M.V. (2011).  International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health – conceptual foundation of contemporary rehabilitation practices.  Proceedings of the international scientific-practical conference “Multidisciplinary clinic of the XXI century.  The frontier of medical technology”. Saint-Petersburg: Publishing house “The man and his health”, 146-147. (In Russian)
  15. Ivanova, M.V., Kuptsova S.V., Dragoy, O.V., Kuzmina, E.E., Ulicheva, A.S., Petrova, L.V., & Dergyn, V.B. (2011).  Determining cognitive submechanisms of working memory.  Proceedings of the conference “Cognitive Science in Moscow: Novel Research”. Moscow: Bukivedi, 129-134. (In Russian)
  16. Malytina, S.A., Dragoy, O.V., Ivanova, M.V., Laurinavichyute, A.K., Petrushevsky, A.G., Meindl, T., & Gutyrchik, E.F. (2011). Neurophysiological correlates of motor and instrumental verbs: Data from an fMRI investigation. Proceedings of the conference “Cognitive Science in Moscow: Novel Research”. Moscow: Bukivedi, 176-181. (In Russian)
  17. Emelyanova, M.A., Zaykova, A.V., Ivanova, M.V., & Pesheva, T.V. (2011). Contemporary advances in neurorehabilitation practices.  Materials of the III International congress “Neurorehabilitation – 2011”, Moscow, 46-47.  (In Russian)
  18. Ivanova, M.V. (2010). Russian and western approaches to aphasia assessment and treatment.  Materials of the scientific-practical conference “Interdisciplinary treatment of stroke patients: The problem-oriented approach”, Saint-Petersburg: FMBA, 103-107. (In Russian)
  19. Ivanova, M.V., Hallowell, B., & Shklovsky, V.M. (2010).  Assessment of working memory using an eye-tracking method: Data from persons with and without aphasia.  Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Vol. 1. Tomsk: Tomsk State University, 38-39.
  20. Kozintseva, E.G., Mikadze, Y.V., Zaykova, A.V., Ivanova, M.V., & Skvortsov, A.A. (2010).  Impact of the hand used and verbal stimuli characteristics on writing impairment of patients with Wernicke’s aphasia. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science. Vol. 2. Tomsk: Tomsk State University, 330-332. (In Russian)
  1. Ivanova, M.V., & Hallowell, B. (2009). Improving assessment of working memory in aphasia. Brain Impairment, 10, 215.

Invited talks

  1. White matter tracts and language.  Spring school “Neuroimaging of fiber pathways: introduction to diffusion-tensor imaging and tractography”, 3 March 2015, Moscow.
  2. Neurolinguistics – how does the brain process language? Summer linguistic school, 15 July 2014, Dubna, Russia.
  3. Role of working memory in language deficits in aphasia.  Moscow seminar on cognitive science, 21 April 2011, Moscow, Russia.
  1. Russian and western approaches to aphasia assessment and treatment.  Conference “Interdisciplinary treatment of stroke patients: The problem-oriented approach”, 26-27 November 2010, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
  2. Advantages of using eye movements to capture auditory linguistic comprehension. Research colloquium, School of Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences, Ohio University.  April, 2007.

Employment history

04.2013 – present, National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Neurolinguistics laboratory at the Department of Humanitarian Studies

Senior research fellow

Research on neural and behavioral aspects of language and other cognitive abilities in healthy and clinical populations using neuroimaging, eye tracking and neuropsychological methods.  Teaching courses on experimental studies of language, supervising undergraduate and graduate students.

 

04.2011 – 03.2013, Moscow Scientific-Research Institute of Psychiatry Roszdrav

Senior research fellow

Conduction of research studies with neuropsychological methods, eye tracking, neuroimaging

 

02.2011 – 12.2012, National Research University – Higher School of Economics, laboratory of Neuropsychology at the Center of Fundamental Research

Research fellow

Investigation of the interaction between language and memory within the research project “Systemic impairments of higher mental functions following focal brain damage”

 

10.2009 – 03.2013, Center of Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation

Medical psychologist

Neuropsychological assessment and treatment of individuals with brain damage, development of novel assessment tools

 

2005 – 2011, Moscow Scientific-Research Institute of Psychiatry Roszdrav

Psychologist

Conduction of research studies in the fields of aphasia and neuropsychology

 

2005 – 2009, Ohio University, Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences

Research assistant

Research work in the laboratory “Neurolinguistics”: development of experimental stimuli, collection and analysis of data, development of protocols for analysis of eye tracking data


Teaching experience

 

Teaching experience

  • Experimental methods in psycho- and neurolinguistics (bachelor level course),  National Research University HSE, Philology department, 2014, 2015 – author of the course, lecturer
  • Experimental linguistics (master level course),  National Research University HSE, Philology department, 2013, 2014 – author of the course, lecturer
  • Clinical practicum in neurorehabilitation, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of psychology, 2010 – instructor
  • Clinical psychology, Pirogov Russian State Medical University, Department of psychology and social work, 2010 – invited lecturer
  • Neurorehabilitation, Pirogov Russian State Medical University, Department of psychology and social work, 2009 – coauthor of the course, invited lecturer
  • Aphasia and other neurogenic language disorders,  Ohio University, Department of hearing, speech, and language sciences, 2007, 2008 – teaching assistant

 

  • Advisor on bachelor theses, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, National Research University HSE, Philology department
  • Co-advisor on master theses, 2010-2012, Lomonosov Moscow State University, department of psychology and department of philology

‘Seeing’ Language through Neurolinguistics

What happens in a person’s head when they hear speech or say something themselves? How does trauma and disease impact a person’s speech capabilities, and can we really help people who have certain medical conditions? Questions like these concern the life of language in the human brain, and this is exactly what researchers in the HSE Neurolinguistics Laboratory are currently studying.