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Nicholas

Microelectrode techniques workshop application

I am currently half way through my second year of a three year PhD at UCL. I applied to this course last year and was advised to apply again this year. My work in Dr Joerg Albert's...
Dan

Disruption of Frontal Theta Coherence by THC is Associated with Positive Psychotic Symptoms

The main ingredient in cannabis, D9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), can elicit acute psychotic reactions in healthy individuals and precipitate relapse in schizophrenic patients. However,...
Dan

Greater positive schizotype relates to reduced n100 activity during rejection scenes.

Social anxiety due to rejection sensitivity (RS) exacerbates psychosis-like experiences in the general population. While reduced dorsal anterior cingulate cortex (dACC) activity duri...
Tomos

M.Phil Thesis summary

Retrograde signals are diffusible, secreted, or membrane bound factors that transmit information from the post- to presynaptic membranes of a synapse. They have long been recognised a...
Elin

Evaluation of multi-modal, multi-site neuroimaging measures in Huntington`s disease

Background Macro- and micro-structural neuroimaging measures provide valuable information on the pathophysiology of Huntington`s disease (HD) and are proposed as biomarkers. Despite ...
Marco

Emotional Learning

There has been much research conducted over the years in the field of Neuroscience in relation to the brain and in what states it becomes most effective. Authors include Joseph Ledoux...
Liam

Question: Do we only use 10% of our Brains?

Answer: No, we use all of it, Even when we`re asleep. There is a common myth that humans only use a small percentage (usually around 10%) of our brain, and the rest lays dormant. ...
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