20092019

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Academic Biography

Larissa Szymanek obtained a degree in Psychology from the University of Bielefeld, Germany. After that she was awarded a scholarship to complete her PhD at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Here she worked in the field of cognitive neuroscience, mostly studying patients with neurodeficits, such as hemispatial neglect.

In 2013 she was appointed by the University of Glasgow as Lecturer. Besides teaching on various modules e.g. Memory, Biopsychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Research Methods, she was the co-organiser for the Psychology Summer School. In September 2019 she joined Teesside University.

Summary of Research Interests

Her research interests fall into the area of cognition (particularly visual perception, attention, and memory) and teaching related topics.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Glasgow

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Research Output

How Might we Create an Autism-enabling Environment at the University of Glasgow? Workshop

Simmons, D., Stack, N., Horlin, C., Wincenciak, J., Szymanek, L., Barrett, U. & Eatough, G., 2019.

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Efficacy of home-based visuomotor feedback training in stroke patients with chronic hemispatial neglect

Rossit, S., Benwell, C., Szymanek, L., Learmonth, G., McKernan-Ward, L., Corrigan, E., Muir, K., Reeves, I., Duncan, G., Birschel, P., Roberts, M., Livingstone, K., Jackson, H., Castle, P. & Harvey, M., 27 Jan 2017, In : Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 29, 2, p. 251-272 23 p.

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    Impaired peripheral reaching and on-line corrections in patient DF: optic ataxia with visual form agnosia.

    Rossit, S., Harvey, M., Butler, S. H., Szymanek, L., Morand, S., Monaco, S. & McIntosh, R. D., 22 Apr 2017, In : Cortex. 98, p. 84-101

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  • Inhibitory and vector inversion deficits during antisaccades in hemispatial neglect and visual form Agnosia (patient DF)

    Butler, S. H., Szymanek, L., Rossit, S. & Harvey, M., 2011.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster