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"Behaviour and Architecture" - Prof. Kate Jeffery
Prof Kate Jeffery is a neuroscientist researching how the brain makes an internal representation of space. Kate founded the “Institute of Behavioural Neuroscience” at UCL, a laboratory comprising several researchers who use physiological methods to study cognition. She studies how spatially sensitive neurons encode complex spaces, with a particular focus on two main issues: three dimensional space, and the internal “sense of direction”.
I'm the Head of Administration for the Division of Psychology & Language Sciences. I've overall responsibility for all aspects of Divisional administration including Finance and Research, HR, Teaching and Learning, Estates & Facilities, and IT. I'm responsible for the smooth running of the Division's administrative functions and manage the administrative and support staff within the…
"Modeling the Structure and Dynamics of Semantic Processing" - new paper by Armand Rotaru, @vigliocco_g and Stefan Frank in 'Cognitive Science' brings together distributional models of #semantic structure and processing models of #lexical activation: https://t.co/4Bjc8bo4jh pic.twitter.com/9EeJ4ymj6i— UCL Experimental Psychology (@EP_UCL) December 12, 2018