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Responses to emotive and social cues in Tourette Syndrome

Responses to emotive and social cues in Tourette Syndrome
Description
A new study conducted by Dr Clare Eddy and Dr Peter Hansen may help to explain the social content and emotional tone of many tics and compulsive urges in Tourette Syndrome (TS) patients.
Date:
17/02/2017

Brain Awareness Week at the University of Birmingham

Brain Awareness Week at the University of Birmingham
Description
Join us to celebrate the international Brain Awareness Week: a Public Engagement event celebrated worldwide, to raise public awareness of the importance of brain research.
Date:
16/02/2017

£750,000 grant to investigate post-traumatic coma

£750,000 grant to investigate post-traumatic coma
Description
Dr Damian Cruse has been awarded a Medical Research Council New Investigator Grant of £750,000 to investigate consciousness and cognition in acute post-traumatic coma, and explore more accurate markers of diagnosis as well as potential for recovery.
Date:
14/02/2017

PhD paper features in 'out-of-body experiences' journal issue

PhD paper features in 'out-of-body experiences' journal issue
Description
A special issue of the journal Cognitive Neuropsychiatry explores out-of-body experiences (OBEs) and associated dissociative disorders in self-consciousness, and includes contributions from former director of the Selective Attention and Awareness laboratory Dr Jason Braithwaite, and PhD student Hayley Dewe.
Date:
08/02/2017

New treatment manual for alcohol and drug use intervention

New treatment manual for alcohol and drug use intervention
Description
Dr Hermine L. Graham, Honorary Lecturer and Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the School of Psychology, has recently published a book which looks at alcohol and drug use intervention.
Date:
12/01/2017

Taking a new look at chimpanzees and bonobos

Taking a new look at chimpanzees and bonobos
Description
Dr Zanna Clay, Marie Curie Post-doctoral Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, and Thibaud Gruber (University of Neuchâtel) have published a paper which updates existing knowledge of chimpanzees and bonobos, and assesses their major similarities and differences.
Date:
06/01/2017

Exploring shape perception and step climbing in older adults

Exploring shape perception and step climbing in older adults
Description
A recently published paper has shown that a loss of visual information in older adults can affect the perception of surfaces.
Date:
04/01/2017

Researchers discuss unique human culture on BBC radio

Researchers discuss unique human culture on BBC radio
Description
Researchers from the Comparative Cognition Research Group (CCRG) recently presented their research on the BBC Radio 4 programme 'Origins of Human Culture', which aired on Tuesday 6 December.
Date:
22/12/2016
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'Dopamine, Decisions and Cognitive Control'

'Dopamine, Decisions and Cognitive Control'
Date
22/02/2017
Location:
University house - Room G03
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Dr Roshan Cools, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, NL, Wednesday 22 February 2017 (13:00-14:00)

'Visual Predictions in different layers of visual cortex'

'Visual Predictions in different layers of visual cortex'
Date
01/03/2017
Location:
University house - Room G03
Description
Part of the School Seminar Series. Speaker: Professor Lars Muckli, Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi) / Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, Wednesday 1 March 2016 (13:00-14:00)

Innovation in cultural systems – an interdisciplinary meeting

Date
25 - 26/05/2017
Location:
University of Birmingham
Description
Two doctoral researchers from the School of Psychology - PhD students Elisa Bandini and Eva Reindl, will be hosting a two-day interdisciplinary conference at the University of Birmingham on the 25th and 26th of May 2017 on the topic 'Innovation in cultural systems – an interdisciplinary meeting'.
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