​​​​​​​​​Cognitive neuroscience research at BGU encompass a large variety of topics, ranging from decision making, working memory,  cognitive flexibility, and automaticity to behavioral and neural variability, control of body balance, sensory processing, motor control and learning. 

Special emphasis is given to Mechanistic Cognitive Neuroscience, aimed to understand how the brain enables cognition. 

Research methodologies include functional and structural MRI imaging, EEG recordings, extracellular and intracellular recordings, two-photon imaging, behavioral and psychophysical experiments, clinical research and computational modeling.

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