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We are an interdisciplinary team of psychologists from different areas, audio-visual artists, and neuroscientists investigating several aspects of human behaviour: from empirical aesthetics and creativity through to neuro- and cognitive processing, extending to emotion and perception in social environments. The wide range of studies we develop in our laboratories allows us to cast aside the dichotomy between internal and external factors (environmental, cultural and neurocognitive) that constrained interdisciplinary research in the past. The research group has published a wide range of multidisciplinary studies in refereed national and international journals and book chapters, has organised meetings and small art exhibitions, and has a thriving group of PhD students.
Our purpose-built laboratories employ a wide range of equipment and methodologies (Biofeedback recorders, EEG, Eye-trackers, tDCS, Observation Labs, and assorted software) and research is also conducted through an extensive network of collaborating institutions.
For details of each of the topics currently being investigated in our laboratories, check the individual pages of our members.