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The Brain and Learning: emotions, aggression and antisocial behaviour

Location
university of birmingham school
Category
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences
Dates
Tuesday 21st March 2017 (16:45-18:00)
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Rush hour research

You're invited to join the Rush Hour Research series, intended to engage teachers with current research from the University of Birmingham. We extend a warm welcome to colleagues from across the city and look forward to sharing some inspiring intellectual input along with tea, cake and networking.

We are pleased to welcome Dr Jack Rogers from the School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham. Dr Rogers currently researches antisocial behaviour in children and adolescents. This work uses functional and structural MRI. Amongst other aspects of behaviour and neural processing, his work explores the relationship between processing of emotional faces and vocalizations and brain structure/functioning. 

16:30 Refreshments and networking

16:45 Talk and questions

18:00 End

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