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Task responses in the mouse somatosensory cortex during flexible behaviour

  Research Group: Neuroscience
Background. Mammals have strikingly flexible and adaptable behaviour. When facing new surroundings or a new task, they can extract the situation’s underlying structure (e.g. Read more

Research opportunities in the Department of Psychology

Our Department of Psychology is among the world's top psychology departments*, excelling in both teaching and research. We offer the following research degree programmes. Read more

The role of brain oscillations in bilingual language processing: insights from tACS and EEG

Project Description. This PhD project investigates the causal link between brain oscillations and bilingual language processing through transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), which is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique. Read more

Physiological basis linking sleep continuity and age-related cognitive deficits: in vivo manipulation and monitoring of activity of layer 5 neurons in the cortex of mice

  Research Group: Surrey Sleep Research Centre (SSRC)
A good night’s sleep is essential to maintain proper mental health. In particular, consolidated periods of sleep (i.e. sleep continuity) seem to be critical for cognition as reported in humans (Della Monica et al., 2018) and rodents (Rolls et al., 2011). Read more

Comparing navigation strategies in mantis shrimp and bull ants

Mantis shrimp (Stomatopoda) are marine crustaceans with extraordinary eyes, boasting up to 12 channels of colour sensitivity, 6 channels of polarization, and incredible ranges of eye movement. Read more

Testing Cognition in Three Rodent Models of Intellectual Disability

Recent advances have allowed the creation of rat models of monogenic (single gene) causes of intellectual disability. However, little is known about how these animals perform in complex behavioural tasks. Read more
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