We are at the forefront of one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century - deciphering how the brain works. Oxford Neuroscience coordinates neuroscience research across four University of Oxford campuses, including departments at the John Radcliffe and Warneford Hospitals. Our aim is to translate discoveries from the laboratory through to improving clinical practice.
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Behavioural switching in a central place forager: patterns of diving behaviour in the macaroni penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus)
Hart T. et al, (2020), Marine Biology, 157, 1543 - 1553
When the shape of the glass influences the flavour associated with a coloured beverage: Evidence from consumers in three countries
Wan X. et al, (2015), Food Quality and Preference, 39, 109 - 116
Beverage perception and consumption: The influence of the container on the perception of the contents
Spence C. and Wan X., (2015), Food Quality and Preference, 39, 131 - 140
Behrman S. et al, (2014), The encyclopedia of adulthood and aging
A pilot trial of cognitive behavioural therapy for interpersonal sensitivity in individuals with persecutory delusions.
Bell V. and Freeman D., (2014), J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry, 45, 441 - 446
The Oxford Autumn School in Cognitive Neuroscience
This highly acclaimed annual meeting will be held on Tuesday 30 September 2014
Biomedical Research Centre
A partnership between the University of Oxford and Oxford University Hospitals; this NIHR funded centre is integral to our translational neuroscience research portfolio.
A collection of easily accessible and informative videos to help you learn about our research and the brain in general.