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Clemens Von Wulffen

DPhil Candidate

I am a first year DPhil student supervised by Professor Robert Hepach. My projects aims to investigate categorisation and learning mechanisms for emotional facial expressions in early development. Prior to coming to Oxford, I studied for an MPhil in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Cambridge and for an MSc in Psychology at the University of Glasgow. After graduating, I worked as a Research Assistant at the Psychiatric University Hospital in Zurich, the University of Munich, and the University of Leiden.

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