Researchers in behavioural neuroscience in the School of Psychology have interests in the behavioural and brain mechanisms of learning, memory and motivation. This research is conducted from behavioural, developmental, neurobiological and computational perspectives.

Current projects include: 

  • behavioural and neural mechanisms of fear learning and extinction learning 
  • error-correction learning 
  • infantile amnesia 
  • relapse to drug-seeking. 

Our people

Find out more about the people within our school involved in behavioural neuroscience research. Follow the links for further information including full CVs and current projects.