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Sex and sperm wars: the behavioural component of infertility

  Research Group: Centre for Biological Diversity
Why is infertility so common? From both evolutionary and mechanistic perspectives, infertility remains a puzzle. Read more

Understanding the self in cognition and its behavioural correlates

Self biases are pervasive in our decision making and even in the way we see the world. Evaluating the properties of these biases provides a critical way of trying to understand what we mean by the self – a longstanding quest to numerous disciplines (e.g., psychology, behavioural science, philosophy, neuroscience). Read more

Behavioural impact of environmental pollutants and parasites in gammarid amphipods

Project Rationale. Echinogammarus marinus is an ecologically important aquatic invertebrate and a good model for untangling the combined and separate impacts of parasitism and environmental pollutants. Read more

Neural and behavioural correlates of speech production in Parkinson's disease

Speech is a complex task requiring highly coordinated movements of a large group of respiratory, laryngeal and articulatory muscles and involves precise integration with auditory and somatosensory feedback to plan and execute speech movements. Read more

EASTBIO Tackling the functional role of multisensory interactions in behavioural benefits: A combined EEG and computational modelling approach

The availability of multiple senses is highly beneficial to control behaviour. Different senses not only increase the spectrum of perceivable signals but also provide redundant signals that, by combination, enable better estimates of external events and/or faster achievements of subjective goals. Read more

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