Anja Jamrozik is a behavioral scientist and consultant working to improve the design of our built environment. She is currently a consultant at a lab dedicated to understanding the interaction between health and well-being and indoor environments, where she tests the environment's impact on people: their cognitive function, productivity, feelings, comfort, and well-being. Anja received her B.Sc. in Psychology and Cognitive Science from McGill University and her Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Northwestern University, where her research focused on higher-order cognition, including analogical reasoning, metaphoric comparison, and spatial and relational language. She later completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania, where her research focused on the development of abstract concepts, diversity in people’s use of spatial and relational language, and real-world consequences of aesthetic preferences.
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