August 21 at 4:30am

“I find cognitive neuroscience very interesting because it has so much to say about who we are as humans and about our societies, and also because it has the potential in the future to advance our understanding of the brain and help us alleviate a lot of the suffering that is associated with psychiatric disorders.”

Gustav Nilsonne, MD and PhD, researcher in cognitive neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University.

Yesterday Gustav Nilsonne participated in the academic talk show Crosstalks. Watch the entire episode here:

Cognitive neuroscience tells us who we are as humans

“Cognitive neuroscience is about trying to understand how the brainprocesses information to make our higher cognitive functions possible. I find…

Source: August 21 at 4:30am

Via: Google Alert for Neuroscience

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