Anna is a first year grad student in the Cognition and Perception program at NYU. Anna earned a Masters in Cognitive and Decision Sciences at UCL. Prior to that she completed a degree in Philosophy and Social Sciences at Humboldt University (Berlin) and an internship at the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition in the Max-Planck Institute of Human Development.
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