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Centre for Family Research

A picture of two brains, with brainwaves flowing between them.

On the same (brain) wavelength:  Neural synchronisation during social interactions 

Speaker: Edoardo Chidichimo

We are holding this event jointly with the Department of Psychology.


What this talk is about

When we interact others, our brains seem to synchronise in their activity. Greater levels of synchrony often suggests better social interactions and coordination.

How does the brain achieve this?

How do we measure this?

And can neural synchrony reveal more about our ultra-social species? 


Aimed at:

Adults and children of high school age.



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Psychology Lecture Theatre, Downing Site (Location Map)

Saturday, 23 March, 2024 - 10:00 to 11:00