Cognition

Researchers interested in complex mental acts such asobject recognition, voluntary movements, memory storage and retrieval, and decision making. The researchers are interested in how these processes are implemented within the brain and the cognitivedeficits associated with human neuropsychological disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

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Dr Daniela Balslev

Dr Daniela  Balslev

Lecturer

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Prof Josep Call

Prof Josep Call

Professor of Comparative Psychology

Problem solving, Causal and inferential reasoning, Mindreading, Comparative cognition

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Prof Malinda Carpenter

Prof Malinda Carpenter

Professor of Developmental Psychology

Imitation, joint attention, pre-verbal communication, prosocial behaviour, group membership

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Dr Kate Cross

Dr Kate Cross

Lecturer

Sex differences in human behaviour

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Dr Barbara Dritschel

Dr Barbara Dritschel

Lecturer

Cognitive processing deficits

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Dr Juan-Carlos Gomez

Dr Juan-Carlos Gomez

Reader

Evolution and development of social cognition and intelligence

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Dr Ines Jentzsch

Dr Ines Jentzsch

Reader

Attention and cognitive control

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Dr Akira O'Connor

Dr Akira O'Connor

SINAPSE Lecturer

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Dr Thomas Otto

Dr Thomas  Otto

Lecturer

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Dr Silvia Paracchini

Dr Silvia Paracchini

Royal Society University Research Fellow

Genetics and epidemiology of neurodevelopmental disorders and cognitive traits

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Dr Reiner Sprengelmeyer

Dr Reiner Sprengelmeyer

Reader

Neuropsychology of emotions

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Prof John Zajicek

Prof John Zajicek

Chair in Medicine

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