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MEG study: How does your brain see and imagine scenes?

01 November 2019

We are looking for volunteers aged 18-35 to take part in experiments investigating how we visually imagine different types of information. You will be asked to vividly imagine in your mind different objects to make a scene, as well as view different kinds of images, whilst we scan your brain using MEG (magnetoencephalography). This is a type of brain scan that measures what your brain is doing in a passive way – it is non-invasive and completely safe. Sessions are during the day on weekdays.

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Ethical approval from UCL Ethics Committee (approval ID Number: 1825/005).

About the researcher

I am currently doing my PhD in Imagining Neuroscience, to better understand how the brain allows us to perceive and mentally generate scenes, as well as unfolding episodes that we can recall later on.

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