July 30, 2017

Stephanie's hard work finally bear fruit! By recording oscillatory neural activity in rats that mimicked brain abnormality in the earliest stage of Alzheimer's disease, she found this minor brain abnormality dramatically changed the way that brain regions communicate t...

July 30, 2017

Tag has worked in the lab since he was the third year undergraduate student.  Last week, he has successfully passed the exam for transferring from the Masters to Ph.D. program. Congratulations, Tag! 

June 22, 2017

Often we experience another individual’s perspective based on social cues without experiencing a specific event ourselves. For example, when we witness someone else undergo a frightening or painful ordeal, we may interpret their vocal or facial expressions such that we...

February 16, 2017

Many events in our lives resemble experiences we have had before, without being
identical to them. Whenever you attend a party, for example, you may well take along a gift, such as
a bottle of wine or a box of chocolates, but the gift will differ on each occasion. Psyc...

December 31, 2016

Maryna successfully defended her Master thesis that uncovered unique feature selectivity of neurons in the lateral entorhinal cortex in rats. She completed this challenging project with one of the shortest period in the CSB graduate program.  We thank Drs. Arruda-Carva...

November 19, 2016

We had only one poster presentation this year, but it was a memorable one.  Maryna presented a summary of her research in the past three years that identified unique selectivity of neuron activity in the lateral entorhinal cortex.  This finding provides a new view on h...

October 10, 2016

Navi and Bardia have successfully defended their Master theses at the end of September.  Navi studied how stress modulates the motivation for social interactions by using Octodon Degus as a model. She will continue research in the field of social neuroscience with  Dr....

July 29, 2016

May-July are time for us to showcased our latest research outcome in several conferences:

Canadian Association Neuroscience Meeting

Maryna presented on coding of single neurons in the lateral entorhinal cortex for content and context of experiences.

Stephanie pr...

June 3, 2016

 In our daily lives, stimuli are often predictive of negative or positive events that will occur some time later.  We found that enhancing the activity of neurons in the medial prefrontal cortex enables rats to detect the relevant stimulus relationships across temporal...

December 17, 2015

 

The lab is currently looking for several motivated students to help with our social neuroscience research.  This work involves handling animals and organization skills--see participate page for details.

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