LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
I studied cognitive and affective psychology at the University of Geneva. I am currently doing a PhD in Affective Neuroscience under the supervision of Prof. David Sander and Dr. Catherine Audrin.
My main research is on the neural representation of epistemic curiosity and how it can be compared to primary or secondary rewards. I also work on epistemic and achievement emotions and their effect on learning in academic contexts. Together with my supervisors, we investigate which appraisals predict interest/curiosity felt towards a text.
Erdemli, A., Audrin, C., Delplanque, S., Pool, E.R., & Sander, D. (2020, Feb). Uncovering the Neural Representation of Epistemic Curiosity. Poster presented at the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences Annual Research Forum, Geneva, Switzerland.
Erdemli, A., Sander, D. (23 Novembre 2020). Emotions Epistémiques [Epistemic Emotions]. Course given as part of the seminar "Emotions et Apprentissages" [Emotions and learning], at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Geneva, Switzerland.