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Steve Mayhew receives award for brain fluctuations paper

Steve Mayhew receives award for brain fluctuations paper
Description
Dr Steve Mayhew, Birmingham Fellow in the School of Psychology, received the Neuroimage Editor's Choice Award in July for a paper investigating brain activity fluctuations.
Date:
26/08/2016

Researchers awarded an MRC grant of £98,000

Researchers awarded an MRC grant of £98,000
Description
Orna Rosenthal, Chris Miall (School of Psychology) and David Punt (School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences) were recently awarded an MRC Confidence in Concept grant of £98,000 to develop their methods for mapping upper limb motor performance after stroke.
Date:
10/08/2016

Paper explores predictive processing of spoken language

Paper explores predictive processing of spoken language
Description
Professor Chris Miall and four of his undergraduate students have published a study in Neuropsychologia which shows that linguistic prediction can either be disrupted or facilitated using electrical brain stimulation (TDCS), depending on the polarity of the electrical stimulation.
Date:
03/08/2016

Vacancy: School Operations Manager (Psychology)

Vacancy: School Operations Manager (Psychology)
Description
The School of Psychology is seeking a School Operations Manager who will support the Head of School on a day-day basis in the fulfilment of their responsibilities in ensuring administrative services are delivered in an effective, efficient, responsive and professional manner supporting excellence in research and teaching.
Date:
29/07/2016

Best Publication Award for PhD Student

Best Publication Award for PhD Student
Description
Eva Reindl, third-year PhD student in the School of Psychology, has been awarded with The Michael K. O'Rourke Best Publication Award for the best PhD publication in the College of Life and Environmental Sciences 2016, receiving £400.
Date:
28/07/2016

EEG could indicate levels of awareness in a vegetative state

EEG could indicate levels of awareness in a vegetative state
Description
New research suggests that an electroencephalogram (EEG) could be a strong indicator of the level of awareness of patients in a vegetative state after a severe brain injury.
Date:
27/07/2016

How the brain predicts the future

How the brain predicts the future
Description
Dr Massimiliano Di Luca and Dr Darren Rhodes have devised a model that takes into account past experience of the world to generate expectations for the future and have studied how it applies to time perception.
Date:
25/07/2016

PhD student takes part in Soapbox Science event

PhD student takes part in Soapbox Science event
Description
On Saturday 18 June some of the country's top female academics took to the streets of Oxford to tell the public about their research. This event, run by Soapbox Science, was one of a series which aims to promote women in science in an interesting and engaging way as they share their passion for science with the general public.
Date:
21/07/2016
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'Ageing, Brain and Cognition: Some results from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing & Neuroscience (CamCAN)'

'Ageing, Brain and Cognition: Some results from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing & Neuroscience (CamCAN)'
Date
07/12/2016
Location:
University House - Room 205
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Richard Henson, MRC-Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit. Wednesday 7 December 2016 (13:00-14:00)
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