• Kroghstræde , 3

      9220 Aalborg

      Denmark

    Organization profile

    Organisation profile

    Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) was established in the fall of 2012 and conducts experimental research in several areas of interests such as perception and attention, emotions, body awareness, executive functions, visual memory, and consciousness. Research is directed on both healthy participants and patients with a variety of neuropsychological disorders.

    In spite of such varieties in the exact topic of investigation, all aspects of research share the goal to provide research where developments at one “level of description” sheds light on our understanding of phenomena at different levels of description.

    Research is conducted by applying a wide range of methodological tools including behavioral measures, neuroimaging techniques such as EEG/ERPs and fMRI, eye-tracking, autonomic responses, animal models, and clinical neuropsychological assessment. The use of recent advanced technology such as augmented reality is also applied to study interrelations between brain, mind and behavior.

    The center operates in close collaboration with its associated research centers and institutes here in Denmark, SMI – Aalborg, CNRU – Aarhus, and UCN and ReCBIR – Copenhagen. Members of CCN will in most cases also be member of one or more of the associated centers.

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    Research Output

    Bagsidetekst

    Sørensen, T. A., 22 May 2020, Den Kriminelle Hjerne. Rasmussen, R. S. & Sørensen, T. A. (eds.). København: HjerneForum

    Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingPreface/Introduction/postscriptResearch

    Behandlet ud i kriminalitet

    Translated title of the contribution: Medicated into a life of crimeSørensen, T. A. & Møller, A., 22 May 2020, Den Kriminelle Hjerne. Rasmussen, R. S. & Sørensen, T. A. (eds.). København: HjerneForum, p. 26-35 10 p.

    Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingBook chapterResearch

    Den Kriminelle Hjerne

    Translated title of the contribution: The Criminal BrainRasmussen, R. S. & Sørensen, T. A. (ed.), 22 May 2020, København: HjerneForum. 120 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Prizes

    The Henry Prize

    Sørensen, Thomas Alrik (Recipient), 8 Dec 2017

    Prize: Other prizes

  • EliteForsk rejsestipendium

    Lindeløv, Jonas Kristoffer (Recipient), 2013

    Prize: Scholarships

    Best Poster Award – the audience’s choice

    Sørensen, Thomas Alrik (Recipient), 24 Sep 2009

    Prize: Conference prizes

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    Activities

    Webinar om DFF-ansøgninger

    Thomas Alrik Sørensen (Participant)

    27 Aug 2020

    Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars

    SDC 2020 introduction

    Thomas Alrik Sørensen (Participant)

    27 Aug 2020

    Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars

    Press / Media

    Synæstesi med Thomas Alrik Sørensen

    Thomas Alrik Sørensen

    11/09/2020

    1 Media contribution

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Thatcher-effekten: Derfor ser du ikke, hvor mærkelige de her ansigter er

    Thomas Alrik Sørensen

    26/08/202031/08/2020

    3 items of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Falske minder: Hvorfor kan man huske noget, der aldrig er sket?

    Thomas Alrik Sørensen

    21/08/2020

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media