Christina M. Krause
Professor of Cognitive Science
My research interests are human memory, language, brain oscillations and cognitive processes.
Currently, I am the responsible leader in the following research projects:
"Ubiquitous Spatial Communication" (UBIMAP), "Towards Ecologically Valid Studies on Cognition" (TEVSOC), "Do you mind if I read your mind" (DYMIRYM) and "Computer-enabled Neuroplasticity Treatment" (CENT). These projects are funded by the Academy of Finland and by TEKES.
I am also a co-researcer in a research project on canine cognition (COGNIDOG), funded by the Academy of Finland.
In these multidiscplinary research projects, researchers, doctoral students and research assistants work.
More detailed information about the research projects will appear on my homepages soon.