Several psychiatric illnesses are characterised by impairments in the perception, interpretation and generation of responses to the intention, dispositions and behaviors of others - otherwise known as social cognition. Research in this area investigates the neurobiological basis of social cognition in both psychiatric and non-psychiatric populations using neurophysiological measures, and how this influences somatic health.
- Substance misuse and social cognition on the psychosis-spectrum: A bottom-up framework
- Predictors of Creativity in Young People: Using Frequentist and Bayesian Approaches in Estimating the Importance of Individual and Contextual Factors
- Age-related differences in the error-related negativity and error positivity in children and adolescents: a systematic review and meta-analysis protocol