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Technology and the Brain
How many of your friend’s and family’s phone numbers do you know from memory? While technological innovation allows storage of greater volumes of data, some have argued it is changing the way our brain works. Dr Daniel Richardson discusses how technology has transformed the way we store and access knowledge.
My research interests lie in the general area of social perception and attribution. In particular, I am studying social psychological aspects of face perception and various factors that moderate people’s judgements. These concern (1) attributes of the stimulus target such as the type of facial expression, the nationality/ethnicity of the face, and the presence of…
Laboratory: Krumhuber Lab
Despite social and learning impairments, people with #autism are susceptible to social #influence just like anyone else, finds a new paper by Stephanie Lazarro, @weidingerlaura et al., & Tali Sharot @affectivebrain. "Social Conformilty in Autism": https://t.co/WBtHYSRRHp pic.twitter.com/2zLTrJXCI6— UCL Experimental Psychology (@EP_UCL) November 20, 2018