About me

I am interested how people develop their knowledge and skill over the lifetime. My research focuses on the investigation of how we learn and develop expertise, when do we reach the peak level of performance, and how we experience age-related decline in performance. As well as factors that relate to cognitive decline in the case of age-related diseases, such as dementias. I use large and passively collected data: chess, NBA, and football records in expertise research and electronic health records (EHRs) in clinical research.

As I am unlikely to do timely updates, you can check my publications on Google Scholar or using my ORCID ID:0000-0002-8094-0902

For most of the publications, I share my data and R code using OSF pages

I am also a chair of Natural Language Processing Special Interest Group run by the Deep Dementia Phenotyping (DEMON) Network

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