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Breaking Barriers: Innovations in Bio-Social Research DAY 2

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Frontiers in Brain Imaging in the Real-World

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No two brains in the world are alike, and even the same brain has different states, at different times, in different social environments. This immense variation across individuals and contexts – once shunned as a confound – is now yielding rich clues about frontiers in human development, social cognition, learning and consciousness. This workshop will bring together scientists who work at the cutting-edge of real-world neuroscience. Hear about the challenges and new insights arising from brain imaging in extreme global locations, in two-person scenarios (hyperscanning), in the midst of real-life mother-infant interactions, and in different states of consciousness.

9:00-14:00 Four short talks with Q&A sessions. Refreshments will be provided.

Speakers include:

Dr Sarah Lloyd-Fox

Dr Guillaume Dumas

Dr Tristan Bekinschtein

Dr Victoria Leong

This talk is part of the PEDAL - Research Centre for Play in Education, Development & Learning series.

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