Lecture: Cerebellum; more than just an (e)motion

Next lecture is coming! This one might blow your brains out. SPiN’s next lecture will be given by the one and only Dennis Schutter. He will be giving a lecture on a very interesting topic: new scientific prove of the role of the cerebellum in psychopathology.
Until recently it was believed that the cerebellum only played a role in motor coordination. Well, that turned out to be wrong! The knowledge that is taught at university to Psychology and Medicine students does not include these findings and is therefore outdated.

Our guestlecturer Dennis Schutter is a principal investigator at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior and a senior lecturer at Radboud University. The lecture will be more scientific and will contain information you cannot attain through classes.
If you want to stay updated on the newest research on Brain & Cognition we’d love to see you on Monday february the 25th at 19:00 in GR -1.070. You can get your tickets online or in SPiN’s common room.

SPiN members: Free
Non-members: €1,-

Lots of love and knowledge,
The Lecture committee

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