Agata Bochynska

Senior Academic Librarian - University Library Digital Services
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Visiting address Moltke Moes vei 39 Georg Sverdrups hus 0851 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1085 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Tasks performed

  • Teaching and implementing open science practices
  • Research data management and data sharing
  • Research reproducibility
  • Digital research skills and methods
  • The Carpentries instructor, teaching reproducible data science
  • Co-organizer of Open Science Lunch
  • Co-organizer of ReproducibiliTea at UiO (sign up for our mailing list here)
  • Affiliated researcher at the Department of Psychology, New York University, USA

Teaching

Research data management

Preregistration of research studies

Carpentry: Training on foundational coding and data science skills

Background

  • Postdoctoral researcher in psychology, New York University, USA
  • PhD in language and linguistics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU Trondheim, Norway
  • MPhil in psychology, University of Oslo, Norway
  • MA in philosophy and BA (equivalent) in psychology, University of Warsaw, Poland

 

Tags: open science, open research, data sharing, research data management, digital research methods, digital skills, research methods

Publications

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  • Bochynska, Agata Elzbieta (2018). How to harness the support of your local community: write with your PhD pals. Nature.com. doi: 10.1038/d41586-018-05925-0.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Vulchanov, Valentin & Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova (2017). Same but different: comprehension of spatial terms in highly verbal individuals with autism and typically developing controls.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Vulchanov, Valentin & Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova (2017). Differences in the production of path terms in highly verbal individuals with autism and typically developing controls.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Vulchanov, Valentin & Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova (2016). Mental rotation of geometrical figures and common objects in Autism Spectrum Disorder: a pupillometry study.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Nilsen, Randi Alice; Vulchanov, Valentin & Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova (2016). Where is the red ball (moving)?: Differences in the use of locative and directional prepositions in high-functioning autism.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Vulchanov, Valentin & Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova (2016). Mental rotasjon av to- og tredimensjonale figurer i Autismespekterforstyrrelser.
  • Bochynska, Agata & Laeng, Bruno (2015). Re-enactment of eye movements’ sequences facilitates retrieval of visuospatial information.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Vulchanov, Valentin & Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova (2015). Mental Rotation in Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Review.
  • Bochynska, Agata; Eifring, Halvor Bøyesen; Laeng, Bruno & Lobben, Marit (2015). The role of visual attention in the semantic processing of item, container and default numeral classifiers in Chinese.
  • Bochynska, Agata & Laeng, Bruno (2015). Tracking down the path of memory. Eye scanpaths facilitate retrieval of visuospatial information.
  • Bochynska, Agata (2015). Spatial language and spatial cognition in Autism Spectrum Disorders: what do we know (so far)?
  • Foyn, Camilla Hellum; Eshuis, Rik; Voß, Friederike; Chahboun, Sobh; Bochynska, Agata & Havas, Viktoria [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2015). Språk: Mat for tanken?
  • Bochynska, Agata & Laeng, Bruno (2014). The Sequence Matters. An Experimental Study of the Functional Role of Eye Movements in Long-term Visuospatial Memory.
  • Bochynska, Agata (2012). Executive functions and social skills. A case study of a patient with frontal lobes damage.
  • Bochynska, Agata Elzbieta (2018). Spatial language and spatial representation in high-functioning individuals with autism. An experimental study of the linguistic and non-linguistic spatial abilities in the presence of a developmental deficit. NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology. ISSN 978-82-326-3565-8.
  • Bochynska, Agata (2014). The functional role of gaze scanpaths in long-term visual memory. DUO (Digitale utgivelser ved UiO).

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Published Feb. 4, 2021 2:09 PM - Last modified Oct. 29, 2021 1:40 PM