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Neuropsychology and Neuroimaging

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Organisation profile

The Neuropsychology and Neuroimaging Group focuses on the neural basis of both typical and pathological cognition, using a range of methodologies including EEG and fMRI approaches.

Particular strengths are in the neural substrates of visual cognition and eye movement control, and the brain mechanisms underlying autobiographical memory and language processing.

Members of the group (as well as other members of the school) play an important role in the University's Clinical Research Imaging Centre and in Bristol Neuroscience.

The Neuropsychology and Neuroimaging Group is part of the Brain, Behaviour, and Health researech group

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School of Experimental Psychology
12a, Priory Road
United Kingdom
  • Phone: +44(0)117 92 88450