Cognition and brain science
Our research covers a diverse range of topics and seeks to understand human cognition and its biological basis.
We explore questions ranging from fundamental studies of how people think, feel, remember and understand, to applied studies of cognition and memory in healthy, pathological ageing, and clinical populations.
Our methodological approaches to research are similarly diverse and include functional and structural neuroimaging, electrophysiological, brain stimulation, and cognitive techniques.
In addition to our collaborative research relationships within the School and across the University, we maintain strong connections with collaborators throughout New Zealand and internationally. Many of our researchers in this area have affiliations with the Centre for Brain Research and the Brain Research New Zealand Centre of Research Excellence.
Related research centres
Dr Jude Buckley
Dr Reece Roberts
Professor Paul Corballis
Emeritus Professor Michael Davison
Dr Christopher Erb
Associate Professor Kerry Gibson
Associate Professor Jeffrey Hamm
Associate Professor Michael Hautus
Dr Barry Hughes
Professor Ian Kirk
Dr Florian Kurth
Professor Anthony Lambert
Associate Professor Eileen Lueders
Dr Clare McCann
Dr David Moreau
Dr Catherine Morgan
Professor Suzanne Purdy
Professor Lynette Tippett
Professor Karen Waldie
Dr Kim Wise
Dr Kristina Wiebels