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Research School of Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN)

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Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration Sexual differences in the brain during mating behavior. A Neurophysiological approach and further applicability to pathology
Collaboration Physical activity and depression: Patterns of association and explanatory, mediating and moderating factors
Collaboration The age effect in bilingual development: grammatical gender in second language acquisition and first attrition
Collaboration Gender makes a difference: stressing reward appraisal
Collaboration Language comprehension versus production in Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Secretariat Conscious of the self? Functional neuroimaging of self-awareness in dissociative identity disorder
Secretariat Adaptive developmental assessment of young children with a cognitive and/or functional impairment
Secretariat Optimalization of iPS-based remyelination cell therapy in a nonhuman primate model for multiple sclerosis (MS)
Secretariat At risk for schizophrenia. Neural basis and emotion regulation
Secretariat The role of perspective taking in language acquisition and cognitive development of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Secretariat Time-place learning in mammals: brain mechanisms and effects of aging
Secretariat Somatic depression in the picture
Secretariat Early motor repertoire and functional development
Secretariat Mixed Modes in the European Social Survey
Secretariat The effect of musical background in normal hearing and cochlear implant users
Secretariat TIFN: Sensory and Liking
Secretariat The relation between physical decline and cognitive decline in older people with and without dementia
Secretariat Transport of MBP mRNA to myelin membranes
Secretariat Some hold on, others give up. Explaining the heterogeneity in role functioning in depression. A NESDA study
Secretariat Late symptoms in mild Traumatic Brain Injuries
Secretariat The Relationship of Task Self-Efficacy and Actual Skill Level to Decision Making Behaviour in Youth Team Sport Athletes
Secretariat The genetic basis of neuroticism related brain activation: a genetic imaging study
Secretariat A psycholinguistic approach to quantifier acquisition
Secretariat Activities of Daily Living in Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
Secretariat Tinnitus & CI
Secretariat A positron emission tomography (PET) study with [11C]Raclopride of sexual response in healthy people
Secretariat Epigenetic factors underlying microglia senescene
Secretariat Learn to move 0-2 years
Secretariat A neurophysiological animal model to test treatments for tinnitus
Secretariat A psychoimmunological approach in the understanding of bipolar disorder
Secretariat Vulnerability to depression from an affective, cognitive and somatic perspective
Secretariat Modelling the mammalian circadian pacemaker
Secretariat The development of an evidence-based training protocol for myo-electric protheses
Secretariat Epigenetic modification in emotional arousal-influenced learning and memory
Secretariat Mood, serotonin and social interaction
Secretariat Studying connectivity in Autism spectrum disorder and schizophrenia
Secretariat Insight and psychosis : new insights from cognitive
Secretariat Functional connectivity in the human mirror neuron system. Combined TMS and fMRI research
Secretariat Evaluation of home-based interventions for supporting mobility in older people
Secretariat Social cognition in patients in SAH Patiens - Who are treated with embolivation or neurosurgical inteventia
Secretariat Adaptive Support
Secretariat Microglia senescence: Implications for aging related diseases
Secretariat The effects of topiramate and olanzapine on ingestive behavior and body weight regulation
Secretariat DRUID (Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, Alcohol and Medicines)
Secretariat Automatic keyword spotting in adverse conditions
Secretariat Experimental studies on stem cell bases therapy for Parkinson's Disease
Secretariat Tinnitus: neurofysiologic basis of mechanisms and treatment
Secretariat The contribution of the central nervous system to fatigue in MS patients

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