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Invite to present findings at international conference

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Dr Braithwaite has been invited to present findings on perspective-taking mechanisms and anomalous out-of-body experiences at the "Bodily awareness and embodied mental transformations of egocentric space" symposium of the 5th International Conference on Spatial Cognition (ICSC), Rome, Italy, September 2012.
Date:
03/09/2012

New grant: The Leverhulme Trust

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We are delighted to announce that Dr Jason Braithwaite has been awarded a grant to develop event-related psychophysiological methodologies to examine factors associated with visual dysfunction, cortical hyperexcitability and hallucinatory out-of-body experiences.
Date:
16/04/2012

Brain-based biases leading to out-of-body experiences to be published in top international neuroscience journal

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Recent research from the School of Psychology revealing underlying biases in brain function and how these relate to anomalous bodily experiences is to be published soon in the top international neuroscience journal 'Cortex'.
Date:
20/02/2012

Paper published in the journal 'Cortex' has been selected by journal for world-wide press release

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A paper from SAAL researchers (and collaborators) published in the journal 'Cortex' has been selected by the journal to be featured in a press release to promote top international science published by the journal.
Date:
01/09/2011

New Grant: The Bial Foundation

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We are delighted to announce that Dr Jason Braithwaite has been awarded a Bursary grant from The Bial Foundation to investigate the neurocognitive correlates (perspective- taking / rubber-hand illusion) of anomalous bodily experiences and out- of-body-experiences.
Date:
10/01/2010

New Scientist feature

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Some of Dr Braithwaite's ongoing field research on how 'suggestive and spooky contexts' can impact on perception featured in New Scientist magazine (issue 2732; 2009).
Date:
03/11/2009
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