Welcome to the Human Brain and Cognition Group, from the University of Granada, in Spain.

The Human Brain and Cognition group investigates in the fields of Cognitive Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology.

We employ different experimental methods to measure both behavior (speed and accuracy of responses) and brain activity (magnetic resonance imaging and electroencephalography), and apply diverse univariate and multivariate methods for data analysis.

Our research focuses on several multidisciplinar topics. These include the neural coding of information across different contexts; the cognitive, neural and phenomenological underpinnings of different altered states (e.g., high intensity exercise); interoceptive processing; the neural mechanisms of cognitive control and task preparation, and the study of mood variability.