Investigating the cultural, social, and neurocognitive processes contributing to variations in belief, experience and behaviour in illness and health.

LATEST WORK

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PSILOCYBIN AND MENTAL HEALTH - DON'T LOSE CONTROL

Barnby, J.M. & Mehta, M.A. (2018) - Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9, 293.

CURRENT PROJECTS

The interest and expertise of our research group spans anthropology, psychiatry, philosophy, and cognitive neuroscience to better understand variations in belief, experience, and behaviour. 

 

This includes pathological as well as non-pathological states.

The links below will give you an idea of the different projects, subjects and methods we are currently addressing.

More detailed information about what researchers are doing can be found under people and publications.

 

For interesting thoughts, commentaries and musings, please visit our blog.

COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHIATRY OF BELIEF AND DELUSION FORMATION

NEURAL CORRELATES OF AUDITORY VERBAL HALLUCINATIONS

CSN Blog

The brain in someone else’s shoes – How to measure empathy

July 2, 2018

A Persistent Self?

May 1, 2018

Solipsis - exploring the phenomenology of psychosis in art and science.

April 4, 2018

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