Neuroscientist known for asking some of the most challenging questions in 21st century neuroscience - and conceiving innovative ways to find the answers. Principle questions focus on the biological mechanisms that underlie decision-making in social environments, the grasp of which has broad-scale implications for improving health and welfare in societies worldwide. Broad expertise in psychology, economics, evolutionary biology and ethology, in addition to collaborations with colleagues in these fields, have enabled him to reach ever-deeper levels of understanding about the neural bases of cognitive behaviour.
When people cooperate well, their patterns of brain activity and physiological processes synchronize. Creating this synchrony can boost team performance.
Evidence suggests that for success in the business world and general life, it's important to consider different perspectives when interacting with others.
Does your brain need re-training to find the right job?
What will be some of the biggest developments in neuroscience over the next 10-15 years? Will we still have total control over our own decisions? What are the most important or inspiring ...