Cecilia is a PhD candidate in the Psychology of Language Department at the MPI, where she studies interaction between language comprehension and production. Her research focuses on searching for various approaches to find electrophysiological (EEG) signature of speech planning during comprehension. Before coming to Nijmegen, Cecilia did her Masters in Cognitive Neuroscience and Bachelors in Psychology at the University of Groningen.
Before exploring Dutch universities and research institutes, Cecilia lived in Lithuania and Slovakia where she originally comes from.
Outside of the MPI, Cecilia loves squash, hiking, and climbing. Looking for a nice hilly hiking or climbing spot is a highlight for any trip she takes. If the weather does not allow exploring around, she likes playing board games and painting.