The Neural Basis of Real-World Social Interaction

The Neural Basis of Real-World Social Interaction
6 February 2017, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
The Court Room, First Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Connecting Art, Neuroscience and Brains

Most of us interact with other people on a daily basis. Yet, we know very little about how the brain supports dynamic social interactions. In this talk, Suzanne Dikker will discuss a series of projects in which she collaborated with scientists, artists, and educators to investigate the brain basis of real-world face-to-face communication. Dr Dikker will present a number of multidisciplinary projects and discuss promising new avenues for investigating social interactions outside of the laboratory.

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Dr Suzanne Dikker, Utrecht University, Dept. of Language and Communication; New York University, Dept. of Psychology


Anna Hopkins
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