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Centre for Cognition & Decision Making

"Expert persuasion" can decrease Willingness to Pay for sugar-containing food In press

Ntoumanis I., Panidi K., Grebenschikova Y. et al.


Book chapter

Alexeeva M., Myachykov A., Shtyrov Y.

In bk.: Neurobiology of Speech and Language: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Neurobiology of Speech and Language. St. Petersburg: Scifiya-print, 2021.

Working paper
Retrospective confidence judgements in general-knowledge questions: Magnetoencephalograhy correlates

Martín-Luengo B., Altukhov D., Alexeeva M. et al.

osf.io. 10.31234. kcxqr, 2021

Bilingualism and Aging: Implications for (Delaying) Neurocognitive Decline

Federico Gallo, Vincent DeLuca, Yanina Prystauka, Toms Voits, Jason Rothman, and  Jubin Abutalebi

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Feb 2022

Mine or Ours? Neural Basis of the Exploitation of Common-Pool Resources

Mario Martinez-Saito , Sandra Andraszewicz , Vasily Klucharev , Jörg Rieskamp

Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, Feb 2022

N400 correlate of brand associations

Aleksei Gorin, Anastasia Nedelko, Vladimir Kosonogova, Maria Vakhviyainen, Sergey Tugin, Victoria Moiseeva, Vasily Klucharev, Anna Shestakova

Journal of Economic Psychology, Feb 2022

Medical advances are causing a gradual increase in average life expectancy. However, this comes at a price, as the number of cases of dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases grows with age. Researchers from HSE University (Russia) and Northumbria University (UK) have found that bilingualism can slow down and mitigate the course of age-related changes in the human brain. The study was published in Frontiers in Psychology.
April 11
Colleagues from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience took part in the first online conference in Russia dedicated to making the neuroscience advancments  accessible to people with neurological differences.
March 29
Researchers from HSE University have shown how the brain works differently depending on whether a subject is dealing with common (shared) or private natural resources. The ventral striatum—the so-called pleasure centre—plays a significant role in this process. The study has been published by Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 
March 18
Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience (Center for Cognition and Decision Making) is pleased to annouce the Ph.D. Pre-defense of Federico Gallo which will take place on 15th December, 2021 at 18.00. Thesis title: "Effects of individual experience on prevention and compensation of age related cognitive decline: neural and behavioral data". The event will be held online.

December 10, 2021
Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience (Center for Cognition and Decision Making) is pleased to annouce the Ph.D. defense of Aleksei Gorin which will take place on 16th December, 2021 at 14.00. Thesis title: "Sensory neuroplacity elicited by auditory cued monetary outcomes". The defense will be held online.
December 10, 2021
Topic: «(In)homogeneous (ir)rationality. How the brain makes decisions»
 Chairman / Co-chairman (Vasily Klucharev / Boris Gutkin)
April 08, 2021
On March 17, 2021, a junior researcher at the Centre for Cognition & Decision Making, Mikhail Pokhodai, successfully received his PhD in Psychology with a thesis on "Modality of attention and syntactic choice in English and Russian languages"
March 30, 2021
Researchers at the HSE Institute for Cognitive Neurosciences have studied how transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) affects the primary motor cortex during and after stimulation. Scientists have shown that tACS affects the cortex only during online use (during stimulation). The article was published in Scientific Reports.
March 12, 2021
Organized by the Centre for Cognition & Decision Making, HSE University supported by I-Brain Erasmus+ project
Topic: "Neurotechnology and Freedom"
March 04, 2021
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