My academic interests focus on long-term memory, metacognition, and cognitive ageing.
For my PhD, I am investigating factors that can make the learning process effective for people of different ages. My project is intended to deepen our understanding of the changes in self-regulated learning strategies across the lifespan and to enable formulating specific guidelines for effective learning that will be adapted to age.
The second important area of my interests is social factors that influence memory and metamemory processes. I am interested in how information provided by others influences the way we recall facts and events.
- Krogulska, A., Golik, K., Barzykowski, K., Cox, J.,Jakubiak, A., & Maylor, E. A. (in press). Should I Keep Studying? Consequences of a Decision to Stop Learning in Young and Older Adults,Psychology and Aging.
- Krogulska, A., Skóra, Z., Scoboria, A., Hanczakowski, M., & Zawadzka, K. (2020). Translating (lack of) memories into reports: Conversion processes in responding to unanswerable questions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149, 1231–1248.
- Zawadzka, K., Krogulska, A., Button, R., Higham, P. A., & Hanczakowski, M. (2016). Memory, metamemory, and social cues: Between conformity and resistance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145, 181-199.