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Welcome to York Neuroimaging Centre
Established early in 2005, we are a NeuroImaging research centre servicing the requirements of a number of departments of the University of York. Thanks to a number of grants and contributions, the centre has been able to invest extensively in technologies to help us to better understand the chemistry, physiology and psychology of human brain function.
Our Masters students
41 Masters students have just completed the 2013-14 Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging programme.
On the Role of Suppression in Spatial Attention: Evidence from Negative BOLD in Human Subcortical and Cortical Structures
Andre Gouws, Ivan Alvarez, David Watson, Maiko Uesaki, Jessica Rodgers and Antony Morland (2014). The Journal of Neuroscience, 30 July 2014, 34(31): 10347-10360 The role of tracking the speech temporal envelope in auditory perception and speech intelligibility
Rebecca E. Millman, Garreth Prendergast and Sam Johnson. (accepted). Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
BPS Cognitive Section Prize Winner 2014
This article was the winner of British Psychological Society Cognitive Section Prize for 2014.
Morphing between expressions dissociates continuous from categorical representations of facial expression in the human brain
Harris RJ, Young AW and Andrews TJ (2012) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(51) pp 21164–21169
The winners will present the Prize Winner's Keynote Speech at the Annual Cognitive Section Conference, which will be held in Nottingham on the 3-5 September 2014.