Marina J. Vasilyeva

Marina J. Vasilyeva

Marina J. Vasilyeva graduated from St.Petersburg State University Faculty of Biology in 1988 (biologist-physiologist), worked in the Laboratory of hearing physiology at the Pavlov Institute of Physiology of the RAS, and earned her PhD in biology from the Radiology and Surgical Technology Research Center of the Russian Ministry of Health. In 2000-2003 Dr. Vasilyeva had additional training on Jungian sand therapy by J. Atherton (Ireland), and on attachment theory and coding system by Patricia M. Crittenden (USA), and in 2009-2011 on psychology (in counseling psychology) at St. Petersburg State University Faculty of Psychology. Currently, Dr. Vasilyeva is a Senior Researcher at the Department of Higher Nervous Activity and Psychophysiology at SPbSU and coordinates the research program of the complex psychophysiological study of preterm infants development. She has authored or co-authored more than 20 publications in the field of psychophysiology and early cognitive development, and her ongoing research interests include the psychophysiology and cognitive development in early childhood, developmental neuroscience and neurophysiological mechanisms of attention, memory and learning, as well as analytical therapy and Jungian analysis. Since 2000 Dr. Vasilyeva is working in numerous Russian and international research projects, including the Russian-American projects in St. Petersburg institutions for infants. At the Laboratory of Translational Sciences of Early Childhood of the SPbSU, Dr. Vasilyeva leads the studies of early executive function development in children from different social environment, and studies of the neurophysiological mechanisms of early cognitive development.

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