ICARUS Integrated Clinical-Computational Affective Research Unit 

I am completing my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) at UCL. As part of my training I am completing a dissertation project in which I am studying how daily life events and our expectations about them impact our mood and how our mood, in turn, impacts our expectations.  The data I use is collected via ecological momentary assessment (EMA), meaning that participants respond to daily notifications on a smartphone app to let us know their mood and daily activities. Before starting my DClinPsy I completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology at University of Edinburgh, an MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, and a PGCert in Data Analytics at University of Glasgow. I also worked as a Research Assistant for the Neurodegeneration in Aging Down Syndrome (NiAD) study at University of Cambridge.

See Monika Grigorova’s papers on the Research page