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Memories of the future

Human memory is incredibly complex, allowing us to mentally travel back in subjective time to revisit the past. Mounting evidence points to the importance of memory in enabling us t more...

Supervisor(s): Irish, Muireann (Associate Professor)

Develop and evaluate new and effective stigma and prejudice reduction interventions and strategies

Develop and evaluate new and effective stigma and prejudice reduction interventions and strategies. more...

Supervisor(s): White, Fiona (Professor)

Linking emotional intelligence to emotion regulation using the experience sampling method

Emotional intelligence focuses on differences in people’s capacity to perceive, understand, and regulate emotion, whereas emotion regulation focuses on processes underlying wh more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

Emotional intelligence and the psycho-physiology of stress

Emotional intelligence is known to predict health outcomes as well as better workplace performance. One of the mechanisms underlying these relationships may be the ability to manage more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

Which parts of emotional intelligence matter for well-being and success: The different roles for self- and other-emotion management

Meta-analyses show that emotional intelligence is a critical determinant of success at school, success at work, and of key health outcomes. The different parts of emotional intellig more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

Develop and evaluate new technologies (i.e. E-contact and VR contact) to promote positive intergroup relations

Expand on E-contact and VR-contact existin in technologies to promote positive intergroup relations . more...

Supervisor(s): White, Fiona (Professor)

Amygdala integrity in frontotemporal dementia

The amygdala, a complex brain region with numerous projections to other brain regions, is known to play a central role in processing emotional information.  Evidence indicates more...

Supervisor(s): Piguet, Olivier (Professor)

Brain reading

This project seeks to elucidate the connection between brain and behaviour. To this end, students will use human neuroimaging experiments (fMRI, MEG, EEG) to measure how the brain r more...

Supervisor(s): Carlson, Thomas (Associate Professor)