Human cognitive neuroscience seminars

Presentations and discussions of research into human cognitive neuroscience in typical and atypical populations

We meet fortnightly during term time to present ongoing research in memory, attention, executive function, visual memory, sensory integration, perceptuo-motor control and other topics related to human cognition research.

The seminars will be less formal than in previous years, we'll have more time for discussion and questions. We especially welcome the new HCN MSc students and PhD students!

Time and place

Unless otherwise specified, talks will take place on Thursdays, 12pm - 1pm online via a Microsoft Teams invitation.

Locations vary across the year, so please check the Psychology events page to see where the upcoming talks are taking place.


The seminars are organised by the Human Cognitive Neuroscience research group. For further information, or if you would like to join the e-mail list for these seminars, please email Mario Cecchini, Elva Peng or Riccardo Sacripante.

Human cognitive neuroscience