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Research Seminar Series – Our Globe vs. Our Brain: Climate and Conflict vs. Human Cognition

Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Bristol and University of Western Australia, is an award-winning teacher whose research has been funded continuously since 1990 by public agencies in 5 countries. His most recent research interests examine the potential conflict between human cognition and the physics of the global climate. He has published around 150 scholarly articles, […]

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Research Seminar Series – Using multivariate event-related potential analyses to predict decision-related information from brain activity

Dr Stefan Bode is a lecturer at MSPS and an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Research Fellow (DECRA). His research group focuses on the investigation of the neural mechanisms underlying perceptual, financial, health-related, and voluntary decision-making, as well as decision errors and preference formation.

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Do certain parts of the brain stay young?

New research at the University of Adelaide is looking at how the human brain ages, which could lead to insights into how to repair the brain when it’s damaged by stroke or traumatic brain injury. The study, being conducted in the University’s School of Psychology, will compare the ability of older and younger people to respond […]

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