The conference starts at 10am, but please try to arrive with time to find your seats!
Mind the Brain will feature short 15-minute talks from 12 different researchers at the forefront of cognitive neuroscience. To close the day, there will be a panel discussion focusing on how the future of cognitive neuroscience will affect the lives of the public. This will be followed by a wine reception
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Tim Shallice - Cognitive neuroscience, then and now
Leun Otten - How we lay down new memories
Oliver Robinson - Anxiety in the brain: adventures with a shock machine
Lucy Foulkes - Social reward in healthy and clinical populations
Val Curran - Cannabis: Madness and Medicine?
Camilla Nord - Why psychiatry needs neuroscience: the search for new depression treatments
Robb Rutledge - Modelling happiness
Sarah White - Autism: are you thinking what I think I'm thinking you're thinking?
Chair: Steve Cross
Katerina Fotopoulou - The embodied mind
Steve Di Costa - From sensory cues to a sense of agency
Jo Hale - Humans versus avatars in the future of mimicry research
Heather Payne - There's more to language than meets the ear