I obtained a PhD both in philosophy (AMU in Poznan, Poland), and neuroscience (UWO in London, ON, Canada; where I worked with Melvyn A. Goodale). Then, I decided to acquire skills in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), doing my postdoctoral training with Jody C. Culham (UWO) and Scott H. Frey (UO, Eugene, OR, USA). At UO I also collaborated with Paul van Donkelaar, acquiring skills in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). My current research belongs to the area of cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, and the methods used by me also include electroencephalography (EEG). The main goal of my projects is a development of knowledge on relations between the neural organization of planning simple and complex manual skills, the use of tool-related concepts and gestures, and the control of basic language functions, independently of participants’ handedness.