With Roland Zahn and colleagues at King's College, London, Scients Institute and IDOR are developing new methods for real time brain imaging and neurofeedback of moral motivations and emotions, to identify signatures capable of predicting clinical outcomes.
In this project, we are investigating the neurophysiological basis of pro-group altruistic decisions and group belongingness as psychological predictors of inter-group conflict. We collaborate with the AnthroLab, Oxford University.
We are using computational models of functional MRI data to model and decode natural musical experiences and complex visual scenes. Goals include the capacity to reconstruct sensory experience using deep neural networks.
In collaboration with Brian Knutson (Stanford U), we seek to establish the neural underpinnings of basic human affiliative motivations (nurturant love, sexual desire and awe) and use such physiological data to predict subsequent choices.
These research lines aim to use functional MRI to elucidate the neural mechanisms of reward sensitivity and impulsivity in ADHD. This project involves a close collaboration with the OIST, Japan.
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