Social Neuroscience and Cognition (SNaC) meetings
The purpose of SNaC meetings is to provide a forum for discussing and sharing ideas surrounding social neuroscience.
One or two talks will take place each meeting and can be on any topic that touches social neuroscience.
Meetings occur biweekly on Wednesdays at 2pm in Brigantia 230.
If you would like to present, send a title and a preferred date to Elin Williams: firstname.lastname@example.org. See below for availability...
Everyone is welcome so don't be shy!
Social Neuroscience Faculty Meeting
Paul Downing & Giuseppe Di Pellegrino
Paul Downing & Marco Gandolfo
Causal Contribution of the Parietal Lobe in Human-Avatar and Human-Human Join Actions
The Impact of Basolateral Amygdalae Damage on Threat Perception
Direct gaze and hand pointing effects on attention capture
Using a p-curve to assess the evidential value of motor interference during human-robot interaction
Grant proposal - social cognition and embodied robots and virtual humans