Monica Riesco de Vega

Monica Riesco de Vega
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid | UPM

PhD student

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Introduction
Monica Riesco de Vega currently PhD student in both Psychological Sciences (UCLouvain) and Sport Sciences (Polytechnic University of Madrid). Main research interest: the role and interaction between anxiety, attentional biases for threat, and attention control in extreme situations under environmental stressors such as hypoxia.

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Objective: Attention is a multifaceted construct, including three distinct attentional networks: the alerting, orienting, and executive conflict networks. Recently, researchers have started to envision strategies to enhance the attentional networks, and transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) has emerged as a promising tool to do so, especi...
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Attention is a multifaceted construct, including three distinct attentional networks: the alerting, orienting, and executive conflict networks. Recently, researchers have started to envision strategies to enhance the attentional networks, and transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) has emerged as a promising tool to do so, especially regardi...

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Or are there any other activity device who measure continuous data of HR and PpO2 and provide easy exportable and reliable data?

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Project
To shed new light on the underlying mechanisms of attentional bias by exploring and testing the impact of threatening natural stimuli
Project
To develop an observational research about the people that ascend to the Peñalara peak during the winter season to analyze the safety factors that are taken into account, as well as their own risk perception