Cristina Gil-Lopez

Cristina Gil-Lopez
Universitat Politècnica de València | UPV · Laboratory of Immersive Neurotechnologies

Cognitive Neuroscience PhD

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Introduction
I currently work on the neural correlates of induced illusory self -perception movement. I use a combination of EEG and neuromodulation (tACS-TMS) techniques to understand and modulate bistable perception in virtual reality or simulator contexts. Based on EEG-ERPs methods, I also explore the influence of the body posture on positive or negative affective states.
Additional affiliations
February 2020 - May 2021
Université Grenoble Alpes
Position
  • PostDoc Position
November 2018 - December 2019
University of Valencia
Position
  • Research Associate
March 2017 - October 2018
Johnson & Johnson
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
January 2012 - July 2017
University of Valencia
Field of study
  • Cognitive Neuroscience and Psycholinguistics

Publications

Publications (7)
Patent
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A system and apparatus for collecting electroencephalography in young infants.
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Marketing scholars and practitioners see extended reality (XR0 as a new tool for both producing optimal consumer experiences and studying consumer behavior aspects. This chapter will explore the use of XR technologies for consumer behavior research. It analyzes XR as a very promising tool to examine various customer behavioral patterns in dynamic,...
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Behavioral studies have shown that the legibility of handwritten script hinders visual word recognition. Furthermore, when compared with printed words, lexical effects (e.g., word-frequency effect) are magnified for less intelligible (difficult) handwriting (Barnhart & Goldinger, 2010; Perea et al., 2016). This boost has been interpreted in terms o...
Thesis
The objective of this thesis is the study of bilingual mathematics within the scientific field of Numerical Cognition. The approach to how bilingual people represent and access magnitude is currently a matter of growing interest that responds to the need to understand the role that language plays in the early acquisition of mathematics. This import...
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An examination of how the word recognition system is able to process handwritten words is fundamental to formulate a comprehensive model of visual word recognition. Previous research has revealed that the magnitude of lexical effects (e.g., the word-frequency effect) is greater with handwritten words than with printed words. In the present lexical...
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In alphabetic orthographies, letter identification is a critical process during the recognition of visually presented words. In the present experiment, we examined whether and when visual form influences letter processing in two very distinct alphabets (Roman and Arabic). Disentangling visual versus abstract letter representations was possible beca...
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One important issue often neglected in the literature on visual-wordrecognition,despiteitsobviousecologicalvalidity,ishowthe cognitive system processes handwritten words. Althoughhandscript wastheinitial and onlyway of writing/reading untilthe 15th century, the vast majority of psycholinguistic experi-ments use spotless printed words in which, unli...

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