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About us

LCBC’s research goal is to understand brain and cognition. How does brain and cognition change throughout the entire lifespan, and how we can optimise them. We aim to explain, predict, and promote cognitive function from birth to old age.

A key investigation is the great variation in brain and cognition within and across individuals. We believe this is best studied using longitudinal studies. These are studies that follow people over many years. We also look at how brain and cognition is affected by risk factors and transitions into clinical conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Om oss

LCBC’s forskningsmål er å forstå hvordan hjerne og kognisjon forandrer seg gjennom livsløpet vårt og hvordan vi kan optimalisere den. Vårt mål er å forklare, predikere, og promotere kognitive funksjoner fra vi blir født og gjennom resten av vårt livssløp.

Det er en enorm variasjon over hvordan hjernen vår er og kognisjon mellom alle individer. Vi mener at den beste måten å undersøke denne variasjonen er gjennom longitudinelle studier, dette er studier hvor man følger mennesker over flere år. Vi ser også på hvordan hjernen og kognisjon påvirkes av risk faktorer og fasen over til kliniske tilstander, blant annet Alzheimer sykdom.

Hot off the press!

Hierarchical modulation of auditory prediction error signaling is independent of attention

Hierarchical modulation of auditory prediction error signaling is independent of attention

Taylor & Francis Online; Kompus, K., Volehaugenn, V., Todd, J. & R.Westerhausen
High Dimensional Regression with Measurement Error

High Dimensional Regression with Measurement Error

The journal of open source software ; Øystein Sørensen
A primer on dichotic listening as a paradigm for the assessment of hemispheric asymmetry

A primer on dichotic listening as a paradigm for the assessment of hemispheric asymmetry

Laterality; Westerhausen, R. 
Parallel but independent reduction of emotional awareness and corpus callosum connectivity in older age

Parallel but independent reduction of emotional awareness and corpus callosum connectivity in older age

PLOS ONE; Skumlien, M., Sederevicius, D., Fjell, A.M., Walhovd, K.B. & Westerhausen, R. 
High-Expanding Regions in Primate Cortical Brain

High-Expanding Regions in Primate Cortical Brain

Cerebral Cortex; Sneve, M. H., Grydeland, H., Rosa, M. G. P., Paus, T., Chaplin, T., Walhovd, K. & Fjell, A. M. 

News

What determines brain plasticity?

What is it that determines the brain’s potential for flexibility? In a new perspective paper, LCBC examines the case for brain plasticity — the potential for long-lasting…

Genetic influence on lifespan brain development – new PNAS paper

Our group has just published a new research paper in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. The study investigates…

Development of white matter tracts in children

LCBC has just published a new research paper in the journal NeuroImage. The paper uses diffusion tensor imaging – a measure of the extent of diffusion of water molecules across…

Projects recruiting participants

Our research is funded by the following organisations / partners

NFR
UiO

IMAGE ATTRIBUTIONS: ‘Secured Millions …’ photo: Paal Audestad; ‘We study brains’ photo: Terje Heiestad; MAGNETOM Skyra: siemens.com