Advisor: Timothea Toulopoulou
Didenur Sahin graduated from University of Minnesota with a degree in psychology. Her master thesis was on ‘Anxiety and Trait Attention as Predictors of Arousal Based Attention in a Fear Conditioning Paradigm’. She then went on to Erasmus University Rotterdam for her MSc in Clinical psychology and worked on Attentional Processing of Substance-related Cues in Cocaine, Nicotine and Food Addicted Patients using EEG Frequency Waves. Her research interests are on the neurobiological underpinnings of clinical disorders and especially psychotic disorders. She is also interested in drug-induced psychotic disorders and their neurological counterparts.