The Behavioural, Affective, and Cognitive Neuroscience research group (BACneuro) aims to understand the link between thoughts, behaviour and the brain. The BACneuro group is predominately based in the Psychology department but collaborates with other Middlesex departments as well as several labs both nationally and internationally.
BACneuro brings together scientists with a broad range of interests and expertise in areas such as perception, attention, memory, language, action, and health. We use a range of neuroscience techniques including eye-tracking, EEG, TMS, MRI and fMRI in addition to behavioural studies to try and understand underlying brain mechanisms in healthy children and adults, and in people with brain damage.
If you are interested in participating in our ongoing projects, or to gain research experience, then please contact Dr Alexander Jones or a relevant member of staff directly for further information.
To find out more about the facilities available to the group visit the facilities section of the website.