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Adaptive Brain Lab

 

                                                   

 

How do humans learn from their experience with the environment?

 

 

Play our games online to help us understand.

 

 

Choose whether you want to play a series of space or boardgame themed games.

 

You will be recompensed for your time and contribution.  

If you would like more detalis on the iABC study please click here.

If you would like more information or have questions on any of the studies we are running please send a message to: abgresearch@psychol.cam.ac.uk

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2 x Research assistant positions in Cognitive Neuroscience

15 December 2021

2x Research Assistant positions in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Adaptive Brain Lab (Univ of Cambridge; http://www.abg.psychol.cam.ac.uk ) to work on exciting projects aiming to understand how humans of all ages translate sensory experience into complex decisions and behaviours. Successful applicants will be integrated in...

2x Research Associate positions in Human and Animal Neuroimaging

15 November 2021

2x Research Associate positions in Human and Animal Neuroimaging at the Adaptive Brain Lab (Univ of Cambridge; http://www.abg.psychol.cam.ac.uk ) as part of a new Wellcome Trust funded Collaborative award that bridges work across species (mice, humans) and scales (local circuits, global networks) to uncover the network and...

New paper by Adrian Ng, Ke Jia et al in Journal of Neuroscience

14 October 2021

Ultra-High-Field Neuroimaging Reveals Fine-Scale Processing for 3D Perception Binocular vision plays a significant role in supporting our interactions with the surrounding environment. The fine-scale neural mechanisms that underlie the brain’s skill in extracting 3D structure from binocular signals are poorly understood...