The Brain and Behaviour Lab is home to NUS psychology staff and students with an interest in the brain and its role for human and non-human animal behavior. Research areas include interval timing, interindividual communication, music, emotions and memory. These are explored using functional neuroimaging techniques such as electroencephalography (EEG), optical imaging (fNIRS/EROS), and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Additional insight are sought through assessing autonomic (e.g., heart rate) and hormonal markers (e.g., estrogen) as well as subject/participant behavior (e.g., accuracy/reaction times).
If you are interested in joining our lab as a participant or volunteer research assistant, please contact Annett Schirmer (email@example.com) or Trevor Penney (firstname.lastname@example.org).