Anat Perry is a senior lecturer at the psychology department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the director of the Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab. She studies social phenomena in terms of the interactions between their social (social cues, contexts, behaviors), cognitive (mental information processing mechanisms), and neural (neural representations and mechanisms) aspects. The lab uses a wide array of techniques (including behavioral testing, psychophysiology, EEG, Dual EEG, fMRI and lesion studies) in healthy and clinical populations to examine the cognitive bases of social behaviors.
Ulrike Krämer is head of the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at the Department of Neurology at Lübeck University. In her lab, she uses a multitude of neuroscientific methods (EEG, fMRI, fNIRS, tDCS, lesion studies) to study cognitive and affective control in humans. A focus of her research is on aggressive behavior, which she and her colleagues investigate by developing and implementing interactive aggression paradigms for use in the MRI scanner.
Sören Krach is head of the Social Neuroscience Lab at the Department of Psychiatriy and Psychotherapy at Lübeck University. He is studying the behavioral and physiological manifestations of social emotions and their implications for applied clinical research. His clinical focus is on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Social Anxiety.
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