Cognitive Neuroscience Research Group

Cognitive Neuroscience Group at the University of Westminster is a cross-departmental group which explores a range of theoretical and clinical questions from a multidisciplinary perspective. Our research examines fundamental perceptual and cognitive processes, such as memory, executive function, language learning, visual awareness, and multi-sensory perception.

We employ a range of experimental techniques to examine these questions, including EEG, fMRI, TMS, and neuropsychological testing. We have a particular interest in noninvasive brain stimulation, and carry out methodological work aiming to enhance its specificity.  We carry out research across the life-span, in both healthy and clinical populations.


Our work is funded by the European Research Council.

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Selected publications from members of the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Group.



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