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Professor Essi Viding is Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, University College London, and adjunct faculty at Yale University Medical School Child Study Center. Her research combines different methodologies in an effort to chart distinct developmental pathways to persistent antisocial behaviour. Her recent work has focused on understanding the neurocognitive deficits that predispose some children to behavioural problems. She currently holds a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award.
|Dr Anastasia Christakou is an assistant professor at the university of Reading. Her research group study learning and decision-making mechanisms in the brains of humans and other animals. We are interested in the development of these processes and their perturbation in psychopathology||Professor Roshan Cools is Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry at the department of psychiatry of the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre and principal investigator at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging. Her area of research is human cognitive neuropsychiatry.|
|Dr Molly Crockett is the Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow, Oxford and UCL. She studies the neuroscience and psychology of altruism, morality, self-control, and economic decision-making in healthy people and in psychiatric disorders.||Dr Antonia Hamilton is a Reader in Social Neuroscience and leader of the Social Neuroscience group at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL. She studies the how the brain makes sense of other people's everyday actions and responds appropriately. We also test if these systems are compromised in people with autism.|
|Dr Atsushi Iriki is the Head of the laboratory for Symbolic Cognitive Development at the RIKEN. His research focuses on tool-use, body image, and high-order mental representations.||Dr Joshua Jacobs is a researcher at Columbia University working on characterizing the neural signals that represent individual memories, focusing on spatial and recognition memory.|
|Dr Peter Keller is an associate professor at the university of Western Sydney researching the behavioural and brain bases of human interaction in musical contexts. His specific interests include the cognitive and motor processes that enable ensemble musicians to coordinate with one another.||Dr Shirley Ann Rüschemeyer is a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of York exploring the cognitive and neural processes underlying human language use. Her research focuses on comparing the processes supporting language use in native vs. non-native speakers,|
|Dr Rebecca Saxe is an associate professor at MIT studying how the brain - an electrical and biological machine - construct abstract thoughts. Focusing on social cognition, exective function and language.||Professor Narayanan Srinivasan is the head of the Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Allahabad. His group studies Attention and Awareness, emotions and meditation.|
|Dr Geoff Bird is a researcher at Kings College London whose work focuses on Alexithymia and autism, mirror neurons, emotion recognition, deception||Dr Jonathan Roiser is a researcher at UCL working on understand the neurobiological mechanisms underlying psychiatric symptoms.|
|Dr Joshua Buckholtz is a researcher focusing at Harvard university, looking the cognitive architecture of self-control and pathophysiology of antisocial behavior.|
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