CCN Event: Emily Cross, Richard Ramsey & Poster Reception 25/5 2pm

brainOnDanceI am very pleased to announce the next installment of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) 2016/17 seminar series, this time with a very special event:

Professors Emily Cross & Richard Ramsey of Bangor University will visit the CCN and give talks on their work into Perception and Interaction with Social Agents.

They will present recent behavioural and imaging work that have helped us to better understand social cognition: how do we learn actions, imitate, perceive other people and build a theory of mind? And which neural circuits underlie these fundamental aspects of hu

man cognition?

As a special feature of this CCN event, CCN members will present their own work in a relaxed poster reception.

Students, University Staff, Collaborators, Members of the Public – all human social agents are welcome to attend!

Brunel Campus HNZW building room 223/4

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