RCBB Seminar: Alexithymia and atypical interoception in ASD

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool

Alexithymia and atypical interoception in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dr Geoff Bird. University of Oxford. Host: Dr Dave Moore Room: TRB 1.44  

MerseyLune Seminar: We only search efficiently for two targets when there is no alternative

Prof. Kyle Cave, University of Massachusetts:

We are very good at searching for a visual object in a complex scene when we know its colour, because we can quickly guide our eyes and our attention to locations in the scene that have that colour. When we search for either of two different targets, however, we do not always search efficiently, and thus took longer to find the target. In a series of experiments, we found that subjects searching for two different colours often fixated colours that were very different from either target.

CANS Meeting: Valentina Cazzato

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool

Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience @ LJMU. Speaker: Dr Valentina Cazzato

CANS Meeting: Samatha Brooks

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool

Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience research group meeting. Speaker: Dr Samantha Brooks. Title: Learning from the neural correlates of Anorexia Nervosa about how we might treat Substance Use Disorder. The rising trend...

CANS Meeting: Nicola Jones

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool

Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience @ LJMU. Speaker: Nicola Jones Nicola's interests include learning, memory and attention, and how these processes are represented behaviourally and at a neural level in both...

Hope Psychology Seminar – Dr. Joni Holmes: The Centre for Attention Learning and Memory (CALM): a transdiagnostic approach to understanding learning difficulties

Liverpool Hope University Hope Park, Childwall, Liverpool

In the Centre for Attention Learning and Memory (CALM) weadopt a novel transdiagnostic approach to illuminating the cognitive, neural and behavioural dimensions of specific learning difficulties. In this talk I will present an overview of the CALM clinic and discuss two approaches to identifying the cognitive dimensions of learning problems in literacy and maths.

Combining Virtual Reality with Neuroscience – Dr Sylvia Terbeck

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool

You are invited to this year's first Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience seminar. The speaker will be Dr Sylvia Terbeck from LJMU. The seminar will start at 1:15 pm. All are...

LJMU CANS Seminar: Linguistic markers of preclinical cognitive decline

Virtual (Teams)

Kimberly Mueller (University of Wisconsin – Madison)Linguistic markers of preclinical cognitive decline: Results from the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (CANS) 2021 SeminarAll talks at 12...

Free

LJMU CANS Seminar: Does the non-dominant hemisphere matter?

Virtual (Teams)

Magdalena Sliwinska (Liverpool John Moores University)Does the non-dominant hemisphere matter? TMS investigation of the left hemisphere involvement in facial expression recognition Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (CANS) 2021 SeminarAll talks at...

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