Scientists at HSE University have learned that disagreeing with the opinion of other people leaves a ‘trace’ in brain activity, which allows the brain to later adjust its opinion in favour of the majority-held point of view. The article was published in Scientific Reports.
Mirre Stallen, PhD, Assistant Professor Institute of Psychology Leiden University, Senior Researcher Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Researchers at the HSE Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience have shown experimentally that economic activity can actively change the brain. Signals that predict regular financial losses evoke plastic changes in the cortex. Therefore, these signals are processed by the brain more meticulously, which helps to identify such situations more accurately. The article was published in Scientific Reports.
Speech by Vladimir Apanovich,
junior researcherInternational Laboratory for Social Neurobiology,
Institute for Cognitive Neurosciences, Higher School of Economics
Yaara Yeshurun, School of Psychological Sciences and Sagol School of Neuroscience, Tel-Aviv University
Dear colleagues and students, we invite everyone interested to take part in the "iBrain Cognitive Neuroscience Direct track miniSymposium"on October 15 at 10:30
Speaker: Dr. Denis A. Engemann, French National Institute of Computer Science (Inria-Saclay), Parietal Team
Speech at the seminar by Evgenia LukinovaPostdoctoral Fellow, Erich Lab,Institute of Brain and Cognitive Sciences NYU-ECNU, New York, Shanghai, China
The International Laboratory for Social Neuroscience is conducting a memory experiment.
Seminar by Enrico Glerean, Senior Research Fellow, International Laboratory of Social Neurobiology, Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences, National Research University Higher School of Economics