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Cognition and behaviour, Perception and action, Motivation , emotion and arousal

Life hack for ‘de-blurring’ visual images without glasses

October 18, 2016

An international team of neuroscientists has shown that a person’s ability to see fine visual detail can be sharpened by simply staring for ...


Feds applaud BrainsCAN potential to lead the world

September 15, 2016

“In my opinion, this comes at a really critical time for our understanding of the human brain and the challenges we are working hard to ...

Computational brain sciences

Consciousness and phantoms: how our brains compensate for an unexpected data gap

June 07, 2016

New research may lead us closer to managing phantom sensation by helping us understand the origins. In a paper to be published this year by the ...

Imaging methods, Clinical neuroscience, Development and aging, Motivation , emotion and arousal, Perception and action, Cognition and behaviour

New virtual reality ‘toolbox’

May 11, 2016

Using standardized pre-existing software, the new virtual reality toolbox allows the investigators to homogenize psychological tests across ...

Computational brain sciences

Abnormal brain interactions harm consciousness

April 28, 2016

An international research team has now investigated their interactions in different states of consciousness and has discovered that patients with ...

Western neuroscience study shows how we learn from watching others

April 21, 2016

A new study from Western University shows that the parts of our brain that provide us with our sense of touch are activated when we watch someone ...

Internationally renowned neuroscientists join Western to further advance innovative technologies

March 17, 2016

Tim Bussey and Lisa Saksida specialize in understanding cognition – learning, memory, perception and attention – and developing and ...

Perception and action, Cognition and behaviour, Announcements, Computational brain sciences, Imaging methods

Western welcomes new neuroscientist who unlocks minds with machines

March 10, 2016

Jörn Diedrichsen, who has come to Western University from University College London, says the simple reason robots aren’t prevalent in ...

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