School of Psychology

Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience

The Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience group uses cutting-edge methodologies to investigate the normal and abnormal neurobiological underpinnings of learning and memory, and reward and motivation, with a close translational inter-relationship between pre-clinical and clinical work. The three key areas of translational research are: Pharmacological and Behavioural Addictions, Appetite and Obesity, and Ageing and Dementia.

 

Members of our group are associated with the Sensory Systems and Applied Behavioural Sciences strategic focus areas, and collaborate with colleagues in Life Sciences and the Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
 

Click on the names below to find out about their research:

 

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