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Keith Kendrick
发表时间:2013-04-17 阅读次数:1581次

Keith Kendrick is the professor of Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience department, Babraham Institute, University of Cambridge. He is a Systems and Behavioural Neuroscientist using behavioural, neurophysiological and computational approaches to understand how neural networks are organised to control recognition and responses to social and emotional cues. He is investigating processing of olfactory (social odours) and visual (faces) cues and the impact of learning. Differentiation between processing and integration of sensory cues used for recognition of identity and of emotional state is an area of particular interest. He primarily uses mutiarray electrophysiological recording techniques in rodents (odour recognition) and sheep (face recognition) combined with computational and modelling approaches to investigate neural network encoding strategies.He is also involved through collaboration with Clinical psychiatrists in investigating the effects of the pro-social peptide oxytocin on socially rewarded learning and cognitive and emotional empathy in humans and in the role of the amygdala in this context.

 

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