Guest Seminar by Dr Jamie Ward

Dr Jamie Ward, Reader in Neuropsychology, Department of Psychology & Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Essex will be giving a guest talk on: "Cognitive Neuroscience Perspectives on Synaesthesia"

Posted: 30 April 2012

image for news story Guest Seminar by Dr Jamie Ward

Dr Jamie Ward is one of the most prominent researchers in human cognitive neuroscience. He is using methods such as neuropsychology, fMRI, TMS and EEG, and has a particular interest in synaesthesia and how perception affects 'higher' cognition such as memory and language.

The seminar will take place on Monday 30th April 2012, 1-2pm, Room 1014, Whitelands College Campus

All are welcome to attend.

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