Learning, memory and performance

Successfully engaging with our surroundings relies on our brain's ability to efficiently learn, remember, and expertly coordinate our physical actions. We study how the structure, physiology and function of the human central nervous system contribute to enhancing human learning, memory, and control - from encoding new knowledge about our environment to producing skilled actions for essential everyday tasks such as reading and handwriting. This theme brings together researchers from psychology, computer science, neuroscience, sport, exercise and health, to understand and improve human learning memory and performance.

Principal Investigators - Learning, memory and performance

Affiliated Principal Investigators - Learning, memory and performance

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