How does the brain process visual images? What social cognitive mechanisms are affected in dementia patients? Which neural networks are involved in making everyday decisions? Cognitive neuroscience is an interdisciplinary field spanning a wide range of areas from behavioral neuroscience to cognitive psychology to neuroimaging. Bridging the gap between mind and body, studying cognitive neuroscience is essential in better understanding not only how we perceive the world, but also how we interact with it.
This Channel curates the most up to date and impactful research and resources of interest to the cognitive neuroscience community.
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
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University of Minnesota