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Does switching on a satnav switch off part of the brain?
Brain activity linked to simulating possible journeys appears to be absent when a person is following directions rather than independently planning a route. Hugo Spiers talks about the findings of his latest study on BBC News.
My research focuses on the behavioural cues that can be used to ascertain when others are being truthful or deceitful. My PhD aims to uncover the importance of emotional and cognitive cues with relation to deception detection, attempting to understand the usefulness of these cues and their limitations. My research also expands to areas such…
Laboratory: Eye Think Lab