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2020.06.04 | Grants

Tonotopic and phonotopic brain function in the light of reading experience

Mikkel Wallentin has received a grant from the Danish Independent Research Fund for a new research project

2020.06.03 | Research

#WeUsedTo - new platform to share your reflections during the COVID-19 crisis

It is part of the research collaboration Experimenting, Experiencing, Reflecting funded by the Carlsberg Foundation.

2020.06.03 | Publication

IMC Affiliated Researcher Jessie Barker has just published two new papers investigating signalling in two very different contexts.

Signalling is a key part of almost all interactions. Signals help us find out otherwise hidden qualities of another individual, and allow us to reveal information about ourselves. How do we know that signals provide reliable information on average, and how do we interpret them correctly? These questions have been studied across disciplines, from…

2020.06.02 | PLAYTrack, Lecture/talk

Recording for latest IMC Seminar with Ben Mardell now available

Exploring Playful Learning in Schools around the World

2020.06.02 | Publication

Drømme - ny Tænkepause

Melanie Rosen har skrevet en Tænkepause om drømme og om hvad der sker i vores sovende hjerner

2020.06.02 | Calls, PLAYTrack

Call for Submissions - Special Issue on Play

Playtrack Conference Special Issue on Learning, Breaking, Making: Analyzing Processes of Play

2020.05.27 | Publication

Prodigies

Research supported by IMC was published in the Encyclopedia of Creativity, Third Edition, 2020.

2020.05.26 | Grants

Large Grant for New Research Project on Recreational Fear

Danish Independent Research Fund has granted DKK 2.85 million to a new research project that investigates recreational fear.

2020.05.05 | PLAYTrack, Research

New Playtrack Study launches on Play preferences in adults during the Covid19 pandemic

Katrin Heimann and Marc Malmdorf Andersen have launched a new Playtrack investigation into the role of adult playfulness during the Covid pandemic. The questionnaire based study, is attempting to understand how living conditions during a pandemic relate to play preferences and behavior. The hope is that such knowledge will aid to…

2020.05.01 | People

New Professor in Cognitive Science

From 1st May 2020 Mikkel Wallentin is appointed Professor in Cognitive Science at School of Communication and Culture.

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