Quotation in the New York Times

Bergen fMRI Group member Tom Eichele is quoted in the New York Times commenting brain markers of routine errors.    



Film on YouTube

The film "Bergen fMRI Group- the birth of a research group" is now uploaded to YouTube.



2011 ENSN Bergen Neuroschool
March 14-17 2011
Department of Biological and Medical Psychology
University of Bergen
Jonas Lies vei 91
Contact person: Bjørg Kocbach ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

The Bergen fMRI Group is delighted to host the third edition of the ENSN (European Neuroscience and Society Network) series of interdisciplinary Neuroschools. This year the school will continue to explore modern neuroscience and neuroimaging, focusing on 'functional connectivity' and other cutting edge neuroscience. A full program will shortly be updated and a link will be added to this page.

The ENSN Neuroschools are aimed at PhD students and research fellows in the disciplines of biology, neuroscience, sociology, anthropology, psychology and history/philosophy of science for a one week long period in the laboratory to attend seminars, participate in laboratory 'practicals' and focus groups, and to present each other's work.

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Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee
Kenneth Hugdahl

Postdoc Rene Westerhausen was awarded the 2010 "Young Investigator Award" by the Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen at the Annual Research Day on November 25.

René Westerhausen

New book on Neuroscience

"The Two Halves of the Brain - Information Processing in the Cerebral Hemispheres"

Edited by Kenneth Hugdahl and René Westerhausen

Hemispheric asymmetry is one of the basic aspects of perception and cognitive processing. The different functions of the left and right hemispheres of the brain have been studied with renewed interest in recent years, as scholars explore applications to new areas, new measuring techniques, and new theoretical approaches. This volume provides a comprehensive view of the latest research in brain asymmetry, offering not only recent empirical and clinical findings but also a coherent theoretical approach to the subject. © MIT Press, 2010

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