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PhD. Topics

Centre of Experimental Medicine SAS

Neurocognitive mechanisms of semantic memory
PhD. program
medical neuroscience
Name of the supervisor
Mgr. Martin Marko, PhD.
Receiving school
Medical faculty Comenius University
Semantic memory accumulates, stores and organizes knowledge. Proper retrieval from semantic memory is necessary for human adaptive behavior – thinking and verbal communication. Research suggests that automatic semantic activation is regulated by a control system, which allows for retrieval of knowledge (terms) required in the specific context (situation, task). The objective of the postgraduate research project is the study of the cognitive and neurophysiological processes underlying the automatic and the controlled semantic retrieval using non-invasive transcranial electric stimulation of the brain.