Greta Mikneviciute

PhD student

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   Contact Details

    University of Geneva
    Department of Psychology
    Boulevard du Pont d'Arve 28, Office 118
    CH-1205 Genève
    Phone : +41 (0)22 379 37 98
    Greta.Mikneviciute(at)unige.ch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Topics

  • Life-course mechanisms of vulnerability in old age
  • Effects of stress on cognition in older age 
  • Physiological and psychological stress reactivity and recovery in different age groups

Brief Curriculum Vitae

Education

since 2019 PhD Student in Psychology, University of Geneva (Switzerland)
2016 - 2018     Master in Clinical and Affective Psychology, University of Geneva (Switzerland)
2013 - 2016 Bachelor in Psychology, University of Geneva (Switzerland)

 

Professional Experience

2018-2019 Research Assistant, Child Development Laboratory (ChilDLab), University of Geneva & Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland)
2017 Clinical Internship, Espace de soins pour les troubles du comportement alimentaire (ESCAL), Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland)
2016-2018  
Student Research Assistant, Visual Cognition Lab, University of Geneva (Switzerland)
2015-2016 Research Internship, Neuroscience of Emotion and Affective Dynamics Lab (NEAD), University of Geneva (Switzerland)

 

Publications

  • Liverani, M. C., Freitas, L. G. A., Siffredi, V., Mikneviciute, G., Martuzzi, R., Meskaldij, D., Borradori Tolsa, C., Ha‐Vinh Leuchter, R., Schnider, A., Van De Ville, D., Hüppi, P. S. (2020). Get real: Orbitofrontal cortex mediates the ability to sense reality in early adolescents. Brain and Behavior, (January), 1–9. doi: 10.1002/brb3.1552

  • Ihle, A., Kliegel, M., Ballhausen, N., Da Silva Coelho, C., Haas, M., Hering, A., Künzi, M., Laera, G., Mikneviciute, G., Tinello, D., & Zuber, S. (2019). Prospective Memory Relates to Attentional Control: Differential Patterns in Old Age. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. doi: 10.1159/000502639
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