Neuroscience Seminar: The power of brain plasticity: Insights from the ageing brain, Nostalgia Potentiates a Positive and Attainable Future. Experimental Psychology, Cambridge): "The unbearable lightness of value: how social signals and uncertainty mould value computation", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Niko Kriegeskorte (MRC CBU Cambridge): "The geometry of high-level visual representations", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Dave Redish (Dept. Oxford OX2 6JR United Kingdom Telephone +44 (0) 1865 557 976 Email admissions@wychwoodschool.org Request a prospectus. Due to COVID-19, all events have been online. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Making Cell Assemblies: What can we learn about plasticity from spiking neural network models? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: separating facts from fiction, Departmental Seminar. Do you sneeze when you look at a bright light. Neuroscience Seminar: Emergence of deviance detection along the auditory neuroaxis: A neuronal correlate for predictive coding? Important milestone for Oxford Experimental Psychology announced today, Congratulations to Janette Chow, Anne Aimola Davies & Kim Plunkett on their award-winning publication. Experimental Psychology awarded Athena Swan Silver Award! Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Rewrite or Repress? Our virtual tour with Agnes the Access Lamb also proved very popular. Curiosity Carnival - a night of research to remember! Click 'Find out more' for information on how to change your cookie settings. Computer Science, University of Sheffield): "From house-hunting honeybees to Weber's law and speed-accuracy trade-offs", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Charlotte Stagg (Oxford Centre for Functional Imaging of the Brain): "Studying the role of inhibition in motor plasticity using multimodal approaches"", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Maarten Speekenbrink (Dept. Breakout rooms will give you the opportunity to talk to tutors about courses and ask questions, meet staff from student support and chat to other students who would love to share their experiences with you. Virtual Open Day. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 Open Days will be running as virtual events, on 1st and 2nd July and 18th September. Prioritising Adolescent Mental Health during COVID-19: From Lockdown to the ‘New Normal’, Science reveals secrets behind the success of Game of Thrones, New Research Seeks to Tackle Impact of COVID-19 on Young People’s Mental Health, New Oxford University Research Study Will Track What Helps or Harms Adolescents’ Mental Health during the COVID-19 Crisis, Kia Nobre Elected to the National Academy of Sciences, Nuffield Early Language Intervention Found Highly Effective in Large-Scale Trial, Co-Space Study: Interim results identify major stressors for parents during COVID-19, OxCADAT: Helping the NHS Meet the Mental Health Challenges of COVID-19, Let them know you care – social disconnection worsens mental health after a loss, New OXCADAT Guidance and Resources to Help Patients Cope with Trauma after Intensive Care, Parents Not Comfortable with Children Returning to School after COVID-19 Lockdown, Supporting mental health and resilience in first responders – operational training is most effective, The neurobiology of social distance: why loneliness may be the biggest threat to survival, Antibiotics Disrupt Development of the 'Social Brain' in Mice, Andrew Saxe Named a CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar, Nuffield Early Language Intervention – key to pupils’ COVID-19 catch-up, Raised blood pressure and diabetes alter brain structure to slow thinking speed and memory, Children and young people from low income backgrounds show elevated mental health difficulties throughout lockdown, Cathy Creswell Awarded UKRI/NIHR Funding for Co-CAT Study, Kate Nation elected to the Academy of Social Sciences, Kate Nation awarded a prestigious ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize, UK lockdown linked to widening disadvantage gap for babies and toddlers, EP launches new EPICS website to coincide with Oxford’s Centenary of Women, Return to school sees improvement in children's mental health, New website for the Life and Mind Building, Manuel Spitschan to lead new network of international early-career scientists, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Sebastien Bouret (ICM Paris): "Multiple aspects of effort in monkeys, and their brain", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Stephen McHugh (Dept. Are the kids all right? 17:00. Virtual Open Days. Neuroscience Seminar: Precision in metacognition: a global mechanism for perceptual confidence? Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Dissociating Social and Non-Social Learning: Influences of Social Nature Versus Informational Status. How Can Psychology Make Healthcare Safer? EP Language & Development Seminar: What Counts for Early Mathematical Development? Neuroscience Seminar: The psychological and neural basis of incentive habits: relevance for our understanding of addiction. The information below applies to the traditional, in-person Open Days. (online via Zoom), Our Mental Wellness: Managing Depression and Low Mood (online via Zoom), Our Mental Wellness: Overcoming Mistrust and Paranoia (online via Zoom), Departmental Seminar: How superior temporal cortex processes “the sound image of words”, How Hippocampal Memory Shapes, and Is Shaped By, Attention, Hippocampal Dysregulation Causes Transient Deficits in Decision-Making: Consequences for old age and Alzheimer’s disease, Predictive Decision-Making During Exploration in Frontal Cortex. In the meantime there is plenty of content available elsewhere on our website. Neuroscience Seminar: Targeting space and time in the human hand knob, Neuroscience Seminar: Discovering and exploiting structure in the face of changing tasks, Neuroscience Seminar: It's the thought that counts. A Welcome from Principal Mark Love. Neuroscience Seminar: Targeting hippocampus with MEG, Neuroscience Seminar: Neural and pharmacological modulation of adaptive learning and choice, Neuroscience Seminar: Ignoring White Bears: Distinct mechanisms for distractor suppression and target facilitation, Neuroscience Seminar: Contextualising “context”: uncertainty in autistic perception, Neuroscience Seminar: The adaptive nature and temporal dynamics of memory reactivation, Neuroscience Seminar: Meta-RL and non-spatial sequences, Examining the relationship between visual statistical learning and word reading ability in developing readers. You can submit questions from there throughout the entire Open Day event and our tutors and undergraduate students are on hand to reply to you. Welcome and programme overview EP researchers uncover secret benefits of singing and dancing, Dorothy Bishop chairs report on reproducibility in science, Oxford research studies how to overcome conflict between ethnic groups in a school setting, Funding Awards for Oxford Centre for Study of Intergroup Conflict, Oxford researchers reveal neural markers of apathy, Oxford researchers offer new insights into the function of neurotransmitter dopamine, David Clark discusses public provision of psychological therapies in Iceland, Experimental Psychology mourns the sudden death of Professor Glyn Humphreys, EP researchers reveal evidence for mnemonic templates using MEG, British Academy Skills Innovator Award for EP researchers, EP researchers reveal why sometimes it's a good idea to be irrational, Kia Nobre among women leaders in science recognised by the Royal Society, EP researchers contribute to new elearning course on Speech and Language Impairment in Children, Dorothy Bishop wins prestigious ERC advanced grant, Oxford Experimental Psychology 2nd in world QS rankings, Oxford MSc and 4-year Doctoral Training Programme in Neuroscience celebrates 20 years, EP researchers co-awarded Wellcome Trust strategic grant to study the history of dyslexia, Masud Husain wins British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience mid-career award, Dr Jill O'Reilly wins outstanding graduate supervisor award, Language and Cognitive Development Research Group launches new website, Dr Anna Mitchell wins Wellcome Trust SRC award, Sandy Schumann wins EJSP early career paper prize, Oxford reseachers describe how the brain tracks the motivation of others, Oxford researchers use brain imaging to understand how you navigate the London Underground, Professor Jane Mellanby made a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Matthew Apps wins ESCAN Young Scientist Award, EP announces new Graduate Scholarship in memory of Glyn Humphreys, EP study shows role of medial dorsal thalamus in decision-making, Maggie Snowling awarded a CBE for her work on Dyslexia, Kia Nobre elected Honorary Fellow of New College, Gaia Scerif to give prize lecture at EPS Society Meeting in Oxford, Hannah Smithson wins Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagment with Research, Associate Professor titles granted to 3 researchers in Experimental Psychology, Mark Buckley appointed Professor of Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience, Mark Walton awarded Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship, Oxford researchers discover brain region that supports "prosocial" behaviour, Oxford successful in two Biomedial Research Centre (BRC) bids, Kate Watkins to speak at Young Scientists Journal Annual Conference, Charles Spence to speak on "The Sensory World of Food" at the Royal Institution, David Clark elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, Oxford awarded funds for Wellcome Trust Centre for Integrative Neuroscience, Chris Summerfield granted ERC Consolidator Award, Experimental Psychology staff begin to move to new accommodation, Brain diaries exhibit now on at Natural History Museum, Molly Crockett named among World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders, Congratulations to Kate Watkins, Dorothy Bishop and Saloni Krishnan for MRC grant, Congratulations to Miles Hewstone for being awarded a TORCH grant, EP student Lev Tankelvitch wins best film at Bristol Science Film Festival, Film screening organised by Catherine Manning to mark World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd, Professor Dick Passingham interviewed by "Five Books", Post Available: Career Development Lecturer in Perception and Advanced Methods, Professor Dorothy Bishop celebrated in portrait, Congratulations to MaryAnn Noonan for being awarded the OUSU Outstanding Tutor Award for MSD, Staff success as Brain Diaries comes runner-up in the OxTALENT Public Engagement category, Congratulations to Hannah Smithson and colleagues on securing an EU Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Network, EP Researcher Martin O'Neill takes Pavlov to the stage as part of the Pint of Science festival, Andreas Kappes celebrates success at the Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards, Brain Diaries exhibition picks up a Vice-Chancellor's Public Engagement with Research Award, Kia Nobre shares her interests in and experiences of science as part of the OHBM 2017 Keynote Series. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Working Memory 2017: What is going on? What makes a successful DPhil and MSc by Research application? If you are thinking about applying for one of our programmes at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, you are invited to come to one of the department’s Open Days. Parsing The Mechanisms of Retrieval-Extinction, Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Lying brains: neuroimaging and deception research, Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Interplay Between Prediction and Perception In Post-Stroke Fatigue, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Cognitive Control In Anxiety: Theme and Variations, Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Learning, Inference and Cognitive Control: Various Faces of Adaptive Behaviour and their Neural Correlates, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Emotion Processing in Homo and Pan, 2018 Oxford Neuroscience Symposium - Registration Now Open, The Promise and Peril of Emotionally Intelligent Machines, Enhancing Brain and Cognition Through Cognitive Training, EP Department seminar: The impact of context on emotion communication, EP Anne Treisman Lecture - Implicit Social Cognition, EP Department seminar: New approaches to volition and agency, Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience: Choice and Consequence in Eye Movements and Beyond, BEACON seminar: Context sensitivity of incentive value, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Intact action-outcome knowledge dissociates from excessive behavioural responses in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Title TBA, Testing the core properties of the Brain Valuation System: an Intracranial EEG investigation, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Finding meaning in the noise: The functional role of spontaneous brain activity, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Rewrite or repress? Neuroscience, University of Minnesota): "Mechanisms of decision-making in rats: planning, deliberation, and regret", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Joe Paton (Champlimaud Center for the Unknown, Lisbon): "A Neural population code for time in the striatum", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Marco Tamietto (University of Turin): "Neural correlates of sensory and attentional unawareness for emotional stimuli", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Ivan Toni (Donders Institute, Nijmegen): "Creation and control of mind-oriented movements", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Dante Mantini (Dept. Every student is an individual with individual goals and we’re here to guide you in the right direction to achieve that goal, whether that’s Oxbridge or a specific career path that you have your heart set on. Professor Kia Nobre gains a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award, Oxford research on "boosting brain function with batteries" published in European Comission's Horizon Magazine, Professor Miles Hewstone wins Codol Medal of European Association of Social Psychology, Oxford research reveals that brain structure predicts social status in monkeys, Dr. Lucy Bowes appointed associate professor and tutor for Magdalen College, Sibling bullying linked to mental illness later in life, 2014 Autumn School in Cognitive Neuroscience, Oxford researchers discover fake tongue illusion. Want to study Earth Sciences? open days 2021 There are no further Open Days in 2020. The College has an overwhelming atmosphere of openness and friendliness in which everyone is quickly made to feel at home. We asked our students to tell us why they picked St Catherine’s College. The Oxford University VIRTUAL Open Days has been taking place Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 July 2020. EP Language & Development Seminar: Tracking reading throughout primary school: How do phonological skills support early decoding, and do distinct profiles of fluent reading emerge? Join us to hear from current Oxford MBA students as they discuss their backgrounds, career goals and why they chose the Oxford MBA. Neuroscience Seminar: Professor Paul Whalen. EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Psychopathology and Plasticity of the Social Brain: From Emotion Regulation to Empathy and Theory of Mind, EP Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Making sense of degraded speech: Auditory and cognitive factors. How does the brain process facial expressions? 10-15-year-olds:Take part in brain science at Oxford! David Clark and Lord Layard launch "Thrive: the power of evidence-based psychological therapies". Our virtual Open Day is now live! Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Prefrontal circuits underlying anxiety and anhedonia in a primate. Home | ADMISSIONS | Virtual Open Day . We need to ask them. Evidence from a population study, Departmental Seminar: Emotions and Social Decisions: An Interpersonal Perspective, Departmental Seminar: "Can we teach machines to think? Thinking of studying psychology? Whilst we aren’t able to invite you to see Oxford in person at the moment, we hope our Virtual Open Days on 1 and 2 July will give you a taste of what being at Oxford is really like, so you can decide whether studying here might be for you. Virtual Open Day Time. student Tanja Mueller to participate in the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, Patricia Lockwood wins 2018 ESCAN Young Scientist Award, Educators praise Nuffield Early Learning Intervention, Barbara Hepworth’s Six Forms (2 x 3) on display at the Weston Library, Oxford Experimental Psychology rated #1 Psychology course for 2019, Celebrating the life and legacy of Professor Larry Weiskrantz, Experimental Psychology celebrates the first-ever LGBT+ STEM Day, EP's Julia Badger writes for The Conversation on Sats results and why the numbers don't add up, Experimental Psychology UNIQ Summer School 2018, The Big Brain Roadshow visits local schools, London International Youth Science Forum visits Oxford Neuroscience, Congratulations to Nahid Zokaei on being awarded the title of University Research Lecturer, Congratulations to Mark Walton who has been conferred the title of Associate Professor, Miles Hewstone and John Gallacher collaborate with Twitter, Professor Anke Ehlers to give 2018 joint British Academy and British Psychological Society Lecture, State school students get 'in2science' at EP, Ann Dowker represents newly-established Dyscalculia Committee at House of Lords Liberal Democrats' Education meeting. 10:30-12:00: Livestream video answers to your questions with tutors in psychology, philosophy and linguistics, via the FAQ tab. The flexibility of our courses means that, even if you have suffered a setback in your academic career, you can still catch up with your peers, guided by our excellent academic and pastoral support network. Congratulations to Saloni Krishnan on winning the OSF pre-registration challenge! Department of Experimental Psychology ranked 2nd in the world. 02935409, International Foundation Year Business Pathway, International Foundation Year Science Pathway, International Foundation Year Medical Pathway, International Foundation Year Engineering Pathway. Abingdon & Witney College will host the event from 3.30pm to 6pm on its website. St Catherine’s is a cosmopolitan society, with students drawn from over 50 nations. Professor Dorothy Bishop listed among top 100 Twitter stars in Science! Our Virtual Open Days also included a variety of video interviews with current students and tutors to help prospective applicants understand the college system, the tutorial teaching style, the student experience at St John’s and much more! Departmental Seminar: Mindfulness Unpacked, Motor Planning and Motor Learning in Health and Disease, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Retrospective metacognition and reward in humans and social decision-making in humans and macaques, Oxford Reproducibility School: Kick start your reproducible research, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Neuroimaging of the catecholaminergic modulation of response inhibition using the stop signal task, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Action-selection under threat: algorithms and neural circuits for survival, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Dissecting the connection between dopamine, cue salience and reinforcement learning, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Diametric Changes in Ventral Striatal Dopamine Release Underlie Drug-Taking and Drug-Seeking Behaviors, Department of Experimental Psychology Open Day 2018, Cognitive & Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar: Forming beliefs about ourselves: encoding decision confidence in the human brain, Visual hallucinations in Parkinson’s disease—imbalances in top-down vs. bottom up information processing. Our Virtual Open Day is taking place entirely online, so don’t let distance be a barrier to finding out whether Oxford could be for you. Gastrophysics: The new science of the table, Neuroscience Seminar Series Double Bill: William Stauffer and Armin Lak (University of Cambridge): "Reward and decision signals in dopamine neurons", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Daniel Margulies (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig): The convergence of cortical structure and network topography, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Lee Miller (Northwestern University): "Development of an adaptive neural interface to restore natural hand use during paralysis", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Jonathan Roiser (Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL): Bonsai trees in the brain: the neural basis of reflexive pruning of decision trees, Aphasia: advances in diagnosis, prognosis and treatment, Neuroscience Seminar Series: Neil Stewart (University of Warwick): "Eye movements, lab choices, and big data approaches to decision making research", Neuroscience Seminar Series: Tristan Bekinschtein (University of Cambridge): Wakefulness modulates cognition: transition of consciousness in sleep and sedation. 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