ABRL

Research and Development

Team at ABRL

Meet the Team

We are a group of people with a wide range of expertise, united by our commitment to cultivating a relaxed and inspiring environment that nurtures creativity. Our emphasis lies in promoting excellence, and prioritizing the delivery of high-quality work.

Research

Projects at ABRL

The Neural Correlates of Deception. (Ongoing)

Identifying Emotions Par Formats. (Ongoing). 

Neural markers for False Memory (Ongoing).

Do you understand what I’m saying?: Exploring the neural marker for the pragmatics of Language (Ongoing).

Understanding unconscious processing during cognitive task: An event-related EEG study. (February 2019 – June 2019)

Neurophysiological changes during MGQT based polygraph test: an EEG based study. (January 2019 – June 2019). 

Can short-term Computerized Cognitive Training bring about change in multiple event-related potentials? (December 2018 – 2019).

Exploring novel electrophysiological markers for decision making: a neuromarketing study. (June 2018 – June 2019).

Many faces of Alpha oscillation: an event-related EEG study to create individualized alpha parameter profile. (March 2018 – November 2018).

Influence of moral competence on brain activation during the experience of prosocial emotions: An EEG-based study. (June 2017- June 2018).

Browse our Published Projects

ABRL has published various projects independently as well as in collaboration with other Institutes and Organizations.

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Internships

Looking at interning with us?

In the Axxonet Brain Research Lab, we are dedicated to enhancing our knowledge of the mechanisms of the Human Brain. We are looking forward to building a scientific community of enthusiasts of Neuropsychology/Electrophysiology irrespective of their background. ABRL provides internship opportunities to all. Whether you already have a project in mind or would like to start from scratch, we help you get a better understanding of the Human Brain.

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