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Illustration for news: Losing Money Multiple Times Causes Plastic Changes in the Brain

Losing Money Multiple Times Causes Plastic Changes in the Brain

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.

Illustration for news: Online Symposium "Cross-Language Interplay in a Bilingual Mind" and an "ERASMUS I-BRAIN" event.

Online Symposium "Cross-Language Interplay in a Bilingual Mind" and an "ERASMUS I-BRAIN" event.

December 10-12, 2020

Illustration for news: International Laboratory for Social Neurobiology invites Research Assistants

International Laboratory for Social Neurobiology invites Research Assistants

We are inviting applications to multiple positions of laboratory assistants to carry our behavioral experiments until the end of 2020 in our newly established international Laboratory of Social Neurobiology (LSN) at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow (https://neuro.hse.ru/). Prof. Iiro P. Jääskeläinen is the Academic Supervisor, and Prof. Vasily Klucharev is the Director, of LSN.

Russian Foundation for Basic Research opens a competition for grants for graduate students

Illustration for news: The Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Of HSE Took Part In The Discussion Of The Program Of Science Support With The President Of The Russian Federation

The Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Of HSE Took Part In The Discussion Of The Program Of Science Support With The President Of The Russian Federation

Сhannel Russia 24: "One of the strongest in the study of neural processes - the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience."