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Stephen Senn giving a talk at the CBU on the 16th of December 2015.
A collaboration between and Daniel Mitchell at the CBU and Rhodri Cusack at Western’s Brain and Mind Institute used a new type of real-time fMRI scanning to compare brain activity […]
A paper on research by Emily Holmes and her team on using applications of time-series analysis to mood fluctuations in bipolar disorder to promote treatment innovation has been published in […]
Some children are much better than others at carrying out instructions, but why? Working memory – the capacity for storing information over short periods of time – appears to […]
A report of the day can be found here The CBU hosted an ESRC Seminar on Cognitive Training in Children in January with over 70 delegates from academia, the health […]
We are seeking volunteers to help us with our studies on brain’s phenomenal capacities in language, memory, perception, reasoning and creativity. Volunteers can contribute to our studies by completing computerised experiments and […]
A video of the annual joint British Psychological Society/British Academy lecture ‘Keeping a spotless mind: The neuroscience of motivated forgetting‘ presented by Michael Anderson is now available online. It was presented […]
Researchers at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge have shown that playing a visual computer game reduces the intrusiveness of emotional memories of events seen the day before. In […]