We have in collaboration with our friends and colleagues at the Perceptual Neuroscience Lab (Karolinska Institutet) developed a new website with information about smell-loss associated with COVID-19 and with smell training to relieve smell loss. Here, you can find the current understanding of how the coronavirus affect the sense and perception of smells. You […]
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SCI-LAB usually goes on a retreat in the beginning of fall every year. This year we went to Vaxholm in Stockholm archipelago. We enjoyed the view; the food and we had stimulating workshops to motivate us for the coming year! This year we worked on our writing, and the process of how to write. We […]
We welcome our new Lab-member Robert Lindroos! He will be working with us on building abstract models of how the sense of smell connects to different forms of memory structures using neuromodulations.
Today Elmeri successfully defended his phD-thesis: The effects of valenced odor on facial perception. Several years of hard work has now come to fruition and we congratulate Elmeri on becoming Doktor Elmeri Syrjänen!
You can find Thomas Hörberg’s new paper, published in Cerebral Cortex, here: https://doi.org/10.1093/cercor/bhaa050 A press release can be found here: https://www.mynewsdesk.com/se/su/latest_news
The ongoing pandemic has impacted our work and our lives in general. Since March 12, when the severe effects of COVID-19 became clear, we have been working remotely. While the situation is still unfolding in Sweden, daily life is already transformed for a majority of its inhabitants. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and […]
Our lab hosts biweekly talks where our members share data and discuss topics and papers relevant to their work. This week Georgios gave a talk related to visual predictive coding.
Both Marta and Thomas have had their latest papers accepted for publication! Marta will be publishing a study titled “An overprotective nose? Implicit bias is positively related to individual differences in body odor disgust sensitivity” in Frontiers In Psychology. Thomas’ paper is titled “Olfactory influences on visual categorization: Behavioral and ERP evidence” and will appear in […]
We are happy to announce we have recruited 4 new members to the team: Teodor Jernsäther-Ohlsson, Sandra Challma, Georgios Menelaou , and William Fredborg.
We are looking for three research assistants to help us figure out how the sense of smell interacts with memory, language and emotion. We are seeking dedicated candidates with a strong interest in psychology and neuroscience and who are excited to be part of our research team. More information about the positions and the application […]