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Cristina Denk-Florea

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CRISTINA DENK-FLOREA

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I hold an undergraduate M.A. degree in Psychology and a MSc degree in Brain Sciences, both degrees obtained at the University of Glasgow. I’m currently undertaking an ESRC funded PhD where I’m investigating the psychological effect and neural correlates of working with distressing imagery in the police forces. My research is carried out in collaboration with Qumodo, an industrial company which focuses on developing artificial intelligence systems for use in a variety of applied domains. The findings of my research will be used to develop an artificial intelligence system to mitigate the negative effects of being exposed to such imagery. In my previous research I investigated multi-sensory and top-down processing in primary somatosensory cortex and primary visual cortex.[/custom_font][/vc_column][/vc_row]