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**Welcome to the Brain & Behaviour wiki!** ========================================== 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. This Wiki contains useful information and links on methods used in the Brain & Behaviour Section. - For general information, please see [Brain and Behaviour webpage][1] at University of Surrey - For details on orientation, facilities, setup, access and training, please use the [School of Psychology Hub][2] *[access controlled link]*. - Please read ["Read Me" document][3] first - See [Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratories][4] & [User Guides][5]. The Wiki contains: - **[Code & Data Respository][6]**: information on open science, as well as tasks, code & data from the lab & external sources. - **Resources** on [Design & Statistics][7] (& Data Collection), [Programming][8] & [Other][9] (e.g. Researcher Support, Manuscript Preparation, Conferences, Other Skills) - **Methods** information for [EEG,][10] [MRI][11] [*inc. DTI, MRS*], [fMRI][12], [Neurostimulation][13] [*TMS, tES*], [Other][14] [*Actigraphy, Psychophysiology, Eye-Tracking*] [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]:
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