Posts Tagged 'neuroscience'

Talk show

How often do you get to present your research together with a large owl, Dutch politicians and a guy dressed like a sausage? I was interviewed about optical illusions and the brain by speed-talking host Bram Douwes on the talk

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Talk show

How often do you get to present your research together with a large owl, Dutch politicians and a guy dressed like a sausage? I was interviewed about optical illusions and the brain by speed-talking host Bram Douwes on the talk

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Moving faces – a lecture about art and science

I had the pleasure of talking about emotions, embodied cognition and how the (e)motion installation was created as a collaboration between artists and scientists. Presentation at Science Acts, 8th of May 2014, Aa-church in Groningen. How do we read emotions?

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Moving faces – a lecture about art and science

I had the pleasure of talking about emotions, embodied cognition and how the (e)motion installation was created as a collaboration between artists and scientists. Presentation at Science Acts, 8th of May 2014, Aa-church in Groningen. How do we read emotions?

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CREW: Penetrating deeper into the temporal lobe

“I am always looking for art that messes with your mind and tricks your senses. The performance Terra nova by CREW starts out as a perverted experiment with the audience as guinea pigs. In other words, I feel like I have

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CREW: Penetrating deeper into the temporal lobe

“I am always looking for art that messes with your mind and tricks your senses. The performance Terra nova by CREW starts out as a perverted experiment with the audience as guinea pigs. In other words, I feel like I have

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From trip to treatment – the science of psychedelic drugs

You will rarely see me get up early and bike through the rain to make it to church on time. I made an exception for the Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelic Research (ICPR2012), a two-day event hosted in the Moses and

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From trip to treatment – the science of psychedelic drugs

You will rarely see me get up early and bike through the rain to make it to church on time. I made an exception for the Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelic Research (ICPR2012), a two-day event hosted in the Moses and

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