POSTDOCTORDepartment of Psychiatry and
About Martyna Galazka
Martyna is a recipient of a doctoral degree in Developmental Psychology from the Department of Psychology at Uppsala University. Her Ph.D. thesis focused on the perception and attention to social information in infants. Specifically, on the link between perceiving low-level visual cues and higher-level cognition such as during the perception of motion in typically and atypically developing infants. Prior to her doctoral work, Martyna has received a Master’s degree in Developmental Science from Boston University and has worked at the Kennedy Krieger Institute Center for Autism and Related Disorders in Baltimore, MD.
Currently, Martyna holds a position of a Post doctoral fellow at the Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology at GNC and Sahlgrenska Akademy. At GNC, Martyna is involved in number of project examining perception to faces and other social information in children at risk of developmental dyslexia and autism.
Paediatric Acute onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome: Exploratory study finds no evidence of HLA class II association but high rate of autoimmunity in first-degree
Social scene perception in autism spectrum disorder: An eye-tracking and pupillometric
Morgan Frost-Karlsson, Martyna A Galazka, Christopher Gillberg, I Carina Gillberg, Carmela Miniscalco, Eva Billstedt, Nouchine Hadjikhani, Jakob Åsberg Johnels
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology - 2019-01-01
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