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2019.02.06 | Research

Scientists studied a ‘haunted house’ to understand why we love horror

IMC research mentiond in NewScientist

2019.02.06 | Conference

Generation Skærm

DPU konference i Emdrup 12. marts 219

2019.02.06 | Publication

Cognitive Restoration in Children Following Exposure to Nature: Evidence From the Attention Network Task and Mobile Eye Tracking

Article published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology - Environmental Psychology

Photo: Foto & Medielab, Moesgård Museum

2019.02.04 | Grants

Art and research in dialogue about the world we share

A new collaboration between the Interacting Minds Centre at Aarhus University and Studio Olafur Eliasson in Berlin will provide us with basic knowledge of how people think and act. The project has been granted DKK 15 million by the Carlsberg Foundation.

Photo: Foto & Medielab, Moesgård Museum

2019.02.01 | Grants

Kunst og forskning i dialog om vores fælles verden

Et nyt samarbejde mellem Interacting Minds Centre ved Aarhus Universitet og Studio Olafur Eliasson i Berlin skal gøre os grundlæggende klogere på, hvordan vi mennesker tænker og handler. Projektet er blevet bevilliget kr. 15 millioner af Carlsbergfondet

2019.02.01 | Publication

Socially Learned Attitude Change is not reduced in Medicated patients with schizophrenia

Article by IMC researchers published in Springer Nature Scientific Reports

2019.02.01 | Grants

Carlsberg Foundation Semper Ardens Grants to two IMC researchers

The Carlsberg Foundation has granted 200m DKK to 13 new Semper Ardens projects which will be headed by prominent researchers.

Photo: Mia Ulvgraven

2019.02.01 | Grants

IMC researcher receives grant to combat political hostility and threats on social media

Professor Michael Bang Petersen, who is affiliated with Interacting Minds Centre, will head a major new research project aiming to develop counter-strategies to combat hostile behaviour in the political debate on social media. The Carlsberg Foundation has donated DKK 15.7 million to the interdisciplinary project, which brings together leading…

2019.01.31 | People , Research

Former PhD Fellow at IMC Ivana Konvalinka is Principal Investigator at Social Interaction and Neuroscience Lab

The new SINe Lab is an interdisciplinary research group located at the Section for Cognitive Systems, DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark

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2019.01.29 | Research

Dansk forsker afliver hjernemyte: Mænd bruger også begge hjernehalvdele

Studie peger på, at mænd og kvinder stort set lige ofte får sprogforstyrrelser efter en blodprop i hjernen

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