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<h1><strong>Welcome to the Brain & Behaviour wiki!</strong></h1> <p>The Brain and Behaviour group explores multiple aspects of cognition and behaviour across the lifespan in both non-clinical and clinical populations. We study the brain and how it impacts behaviour, examine how the brain adapts to change, and how brain processes can be modulated. This research necessitates a broad range of methods such as neuropsychology, cognitive modelling, neuroimaging, neurostimulation as well as mixed methodologies.</p> <p>For more information about the lab, follow the links on this wiki and on the <a href="https://www.surrey.ac.uk/brain-and-behaviour-research-group" rel="nofollow">University of Surrey</a>.</p> <ul> <li> <p><strong>NB: Updated lab procedures for research in light of COVID-19</strong>: See <strong>Lab Protocol</strong> for details</p> </li> <li> <p>The first stop should be the <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/1:%20Lab%20Orientation/" rel="nofollow">Lab Orientation</a> page, which also details upcoming <em>Lab Meetings</em>. </p> </li> <li><a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/2:%20Running%20Experiments/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Running Experiments</a>: information about how to access and book the labs, get training, ethics, participant recruitment & practicalities of setup. <em>You can also directly access a number of <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/files/" rel="nofollow">files</a> on the wiki for useful information.</em></li> <li><a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/3:%20Designing%20Experiments/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Designing Experiments</a>: information on experiment design, use of questionnaires & creation of behavioural tasks. </li> <li><a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/4:%20Programming/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Programming</a>: information on programming using MATLAB, Python & Unix/Linux/Bash <em>(R is covered under Statistics)</em>. </li> <li><strong>Methods</strong>: specific information for each method used in the lab: <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/5A:%20Methods%20-%20EEG/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">EEG,</a> <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/5B:%20Methods%20-%20MRI/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">MRI</a> [<em>inc. DTI, MRS</em>], <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/5C:%20Methods%20-%20fMRI/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">fMRI</a>, <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/5D:%20Methods%20-%20Neurostimulation/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Neurostimulation</a> [<em>TMS, tES</em>], <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/5E:%20Methods%20-%20Other/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Other</a> [<em>Actigraphy, Psychophysiology, Eye-Tracking</em>] as well as <a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/5F:%20Methods%20-%20Statistics/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Statistics</a> <em>(inc. R, Creating Figures)</em>.</li> <li><a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/6:%20Other%20Resources/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Other Resources</a>: information on topics such as Researcher Support, Time Management, Journal Submission, Bibliography Management, Keeping Up With Research, Conferences, Social Media & Communication, Other Programs, Podcasts & other media.</li> <li><a href="https://osf.io/mydnq/wiki/7:%20Open%20Access%20Data/?view_only=a62bd3d5bce14851a19922a049db80c3" rel="nofollow">Open Access Data</a>: links to freely available data, both within the lab and across the research area. </li> </ul>
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