The lab was recently awarded €45,000 by the Bial Foundation to investigate oscillatory alpha oscillations and the role the play in attention.
Our most recent publication was based on data collected from the Science Museum project. The publication is open access and can be viewed and read by anyone:
Mehling, W. E., Acree, M., Stewart, A., Silas, J., & Jones, A. (2018). The Multidimensional Assessment of Interoceptive Awareness, Version 2 (MAIA-2). PLOS ONE, 13(12), e0208034. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0208034
We will be at the Science Museum every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from now until November 18 2017 in the Who Am I? gallery, during museum opening times. Come visit us!
We have assembled a great team of students to work at the science museum…
Areej Abutaleb, Cathrine Jerge, Ieva Zakrevska, Laura Kyseláková, Themis Efthimiou & Joanna Szymczak
The Jones Silas Lab were recently successful in an application for a residency in the Science Museum, London. In collaboration with Prof. Tina Forster & Dr Beatriz Calvo-Merino from City University, we will be running experiments for members of the public to take part in from early October till mid November. The residency is part of the Live Science project and you’ll be able to find us in the Who Am I? gallery of the Science Museum.
Did you take part in our experiments at the Science Museum?
- If you have any questions feel free to contact us: JonesSilasLab@mdx.ac.uk
- The data are still being collected, collated and analysed. Once we have some findings we’ll publish a summary here. If you gave us your email we’ll notify you as to when the findings are made available, otherwise keep checking back!
Practical guides to neuroimaging: Working with Electroencephalography
Dr Silas & Dr Jones have been contracted by Routledge to produce a book as part of their ‘Practical guides to neuroimaging’ series on EEG. The book is still very much in progress and is due for publication around May 2019.