María Alonso-Ferres, a researcher at CIMCYC, carried out a study on the influence and effects of a relationship on health or well-being. To do this, it introduces the concept of perceived partner responsiveness (PPR).
Agar Marín Morales, a researcher at the CIMCYC, has studied the neuroscientific variables that can influence gender violence, in order to expand knowledge about this phenomenon and help reduce its prevalence and recurrence.
From an early age, people have to remember to do some activities, such as doing homework or asking parents for consent for a school trip.
A group of researchers from the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center of the University of Granada (UGR), members of the Laboratory of Social Psychology of Inequality (http://wwwlocal.ugr.es/~psidesigualdad/), has carried out a study on the perception of economic inequality.
The new form of mourning derived from COVID-19 and the effects of music on the brain in the CON-CIEN
Last 20th of December, a report focused on the research led by María Nieves Pérez Marfil and Francisco Cruz Quintana, researchers at the CIMCYC-UGR (http: //pathresearchgroup.com/) appeared on the Con-Ciencia program of Canal Sur.
A group of researchers from the University of Granada are working on the project "Evaluation of Neurodevelopment in Cuban children from 6 to 18 years old by means of the Infant Computerized Neuropsychological Evaluation Battery (BENCI)". María Nieves Pérez Marfil and Francisco Cruz Quintana, researchers at the CIMCYC, participate in this project.
Sergio Moreno-Ríos, a researcher at CIMCYC, is one of the authors of the article Signalling Three-Way Intersections: Is Redundancy Better Than Only Mandatory or Prohibitory Signs? published in Frontiers In Psychology journal. The paper reports a study that investigates what could be the best traffic signs to signal a three-way intersection based on the decision speed of the drivers.
Ventral hippocampus lesions and allocentric spatial memory in the radial maze: Anterograde and retro
CIMCYC researchers Juan Manuel Jiménez Ramos and Ignacio Morón have carried out a study on how lesions in the ventral hippocampus influence allocentric spatial memory, which was recently published in the journal Behavioral Brain Research.
Rafael Román Caballero, a researcher at CIMCYC, has been awarded in the first edition of the Lilly-The Conversation Foundation Health and Medicine Dissemination Award with the article “What are the brain benefits of playing an instrument?”
MVPAlab: an intuitive tool for multivariate patterns analysis in magneto-electroencephalography data
Researchers from the UGR; CIMCYC and DaSCI, have collaborated to develop a tool for the analysis of multivariate patterns in brain activity data obtained using the electroencephalography technique.