Greta Krasimirova Todorova

  • Postgraduate (Psychology)

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Research interests

I have recently graduated from my MSc in Research Methods of Psychological Science at the University of Glasgow with Distinction in 2017 and in 2016 I graduated from the BSc (Hons) Psychology. I am currently undertaking an ESRC PhD and am researching motion and biological motion processing in autism and how theories like predictive coding may help to explain deficits in this domain. My research will directly test the ability of the predictive coding framework to explain perceptual difficulties in ASD. Providing support for this framework will provide an evidence base for therapies based on learning and environment enrichment as forms of interventions. My undergraduate and master’s research focused on surveillance and how different degrees of expertise affect the way actions are perceived and was in collaboration with Prof Hongjing Lu form UCLA.