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NRK has visited and interviewed several of the fMRI Group members about hallucinations research. Below is the link to the brief stunt on NRK TV Dagsrevyen.

https://tv.nrk.no/serie/dagsrevyen/NNFA19030918/09-03-2018#t=15m57s

 

Associate professor Kristiina Kompus gave an interview about hallucinations in a neurological patient to the BBC. Click on the picture below to read the article.

 

Professor Karsten Specht recieved a ToppForsk grant from the Research Council of Norway for his project
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When default is not default: Solutions to the replication crisis and beyond"

Specht

 

Heike Eichele successfully defended her PhD thesis for the doctoral degree on Friday August 25. 2017.

"Electrophysiological Correlates of Performance Monitoring in Children with Tourette Syndrome. A developmental perspective"


Acting as Faculty Opponents were Professor Georgina Jackson, University of Nottingham, Associate professor Bernhard Weidle, Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Associate professor Janne Grønli, University of Bergen.


Photo: Tom Eichele

 



Members of the fMRI-group are doing an online survey about different perceptions of the world. As it is an epidemiological survey across Norway it is in norwegian. Please contribute to more knowledge about this topic and share it with your friends. 

The survey will take about 15-35 minutes to complete. Take part in the survey here.


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