Year of Entry
Kolnogorova is a Clinical Psychology graduate student working in the FEAR Lab with Dr. Nicholas Allan. She is interested in the risk factors and factor structure of anxiety disorders and PTSD and in improvement of treatments for these disorders. She is also interested in conducting research that combines neurophysiological and behavioral measurements.
Department of Psychology
200 Porter Hall
Athens, OH 45701
2013—2015 Psychology Bachelor and Master of Arts, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland
2003—2007 Bachelor in economics, National University Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine
Kolnogorova K. (2016, May). Effects of Exposure to Street Harassment on the Level of Anxiety of Observers. Poster session presented at Women and Men. Differences, Similarities (Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa Kobiety i mężczyźni. Różnice, podobieństwa). Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Poland.
Kolnogorova K. (2016, May). Effects of Exposure to Street Harassment on the Level of Anxiety of Observers. Poster session presented at Women and Men Facing Everyday Challenges. Work and Life Demands in the Context of Gender. Łódź, Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, Poland.
November 2015-September 2016 “EEG and video-oculography study on motivational components of sadness.” Research assistant (literature and databases search, work on the experimental design, creation of the procedures, preparation and processing of pictures and video, conducting EEG study) — Prof. Aneta Brzezicka, MA Olga Kamińska. USWPS
January-June 2016 “Age-related characteristics of behavioral and electrophysiological correlates of attention deficits in children and teenagers affected by ADHD.” Research assistant (applying EEG, data cleaning) — Prof. Małgorzata Kossut, MA Katarzyna Giertuga. Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Cognitive Studies (ICACS), USWPS, Poland, Warsaw.
February-April 2016 “EEG study on relation between vasopressin and risk-taking.”Research assistant in (literature search) — Dr. Szymon Wichary. Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Cognitive Studies (ICACS), USWPS.
March-August 2016 “EMG study on affiliative functions of mimicry.” Research assistant (literature search, sorting and processing of pictures in a database of subtle facial expressions, morphs creation) — Dr. Michał Olszanowski. USWPS
2015 Master thesis project “Effects of Exposure to Street Harassment on the Level of Anxiety of Observers” under the supervision of Dr. Joanna Roszak, Psychology Department, USWPS.
Computer Skills: R, Inquisit, E-prime, SPSS, FantaMorph; Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Sony Vegas, Wavelab, Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Research Techniques: EEG (gel and water electrodes), EMG, video-oculography.
Fluent in English, Ukrainian, Russian.