Cevdet Acarsoy is a research assistant in the Developmental and Educational Psychology unit of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University.
Cevdet Acarsoy is a research assistant in the Brain and Development Research Center of the Developmental and Educational Psychology unit of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University.
Cevdet studied psychology in Turkey (2016, graduating with high honours) before completing a master’s in Clinical Psychology at Leiden University (2018, cum laude). He wrote his thesis on Mind Wandering in relation to EEG Theta/Beta Ratio and Attentional Control. In his research internship, he worked on an fMRI study focused on Default Mode Network activity and Attentional Control supervised by Dr. Peter Putman. He also taught work groups for various psychology courses in the BSc programme at Leiden University. Since 2018, he has been working mainly in fMRI scanning for various projects supervised by Prof. Eveline Crone and Prof. Berna Güroğlu. He is also a dedicated science communicator. He founded a science communication platform to form a bridge between academia and society.
Leiden Excellence Scholarship (Awarded € 15.000) / Leiden University, Leiden
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