Cognition, Brain, and Behavior: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach to the Human Mind (CBB)
The Cognition, Brain, and Behavior (CBB) research group focuses on understanding the human mind/brain using a Cognitive Neuroscience approach and advanced statistical methodologies (e.g., Bayesian methods, machine learning, structured additive regression models, multivariate approaches, computational modelling).
This research group has been studying:
How connectivity constrains neural processing;
How object knowledge is represented in the brain (i.e., what dictates mapping of information in the brain);
Neuroplasticity in special populations (e.g., congenitally deaf), using a multimodal approach (e.g., fMRI; transcranial direct current stimulation – tDCS).
For more information please see our funded projects, publications, and associated laboratory (the Proaction lab).