Journal Club #12 – Aidan Lyon (PhD): “Attention: A Unified Theory of Psychedelics and Meditation”

Our 12th JC installment will be hosted by Aidan Lyon (PhD). The title is “Attention: A Unified Theory of Psychedelics and Meditation”. See below for more details Where: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Mathematics and Science (WN) Building, Room M129 When: Friday, October 18th, 5pm (presentation will start ~5.15pm) RSVP: Facebook Event Entrance is free for registered APRA members who have […]

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Interview with Dr. Rudolf Faust

Isolde de Jong started her internship with APRA in November 2018, ever since she is reporting activities within the organization. As a student of applied psychology with a main interest in psychedelic research, she developed a strong curiosity in the biological mechanisms of certain entheogenic plants and other substances. With this internship she hopes to […]

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New realities in psychotrauma

Isolde de Jong started her internship with APRA in November 2018, ever since she is reporting activities within the organization. As a student of applied psychology with a main interest in psychedelic research, she developed a strong curiosity in the biological mechanisms of certain entheogenic plants and other substances. With this internship she hopes to […]

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Journal Club #11 – Koen Seignette (PhD cand.): “Feedback-feedforward information processing unbalances and the neurophysiology of hallucinations”

Our 11th JC installment will be hosted by Koen Seignette, PhD student at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience. Koen’s work focuses on sensory processing and plasticity, perceptual learning, feedforward and feedback integration in mouse V1, in the Christiaan Levelt Lab. Where: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Medical Faculty Building, Room D565 When: Tuesday, May 21st, 6pm (presentation […]

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