Adam Psomakas

Adam is a Master student in the MA Linguistics at the Radboud University. He is currently also an intern in the Psychology of Language department at the Max Planck Institute. Originally, he is from Athens, Greece, where he obtained his Bachelor in Philology, with a major in Linguistics, from the University of Athens. His interest in Linguistics led him in 2020 to move to the Netherlands, Nijmegen, to further devote himself to the discipline. During his studies, he discovered his interest in the domain of the psychology of language and cultural cognition, and particularly in the notion of a multimodal language processing. He is now participating in an EEG experimental project with the aim of investigating the interaction of predictive processing and iconic gestures, with regard to language comprehension.

In his spare time, he likes hiking, listening to music and playing football.