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About CABLab

The Cognition, Affect and Behaviour Laboratory (CABLab) is a gathering space for faculty and students with related interests.  CABLab is dedicated to the experimental study of human cognitive processes through various research projects involving faculty and students at CHRIST (Deemed to be University). It became operational in December 2016 and is situated on the first floor, Block I of CHRIST (Deemed to be University).

Objectives of CABLab
  • Experimental exploration of Human Cognition in the context of

    • Collaborative/Funded research projects

    • PhD projects

    • M.Sc. dissertations 

    • Student-Faculty Research projects

 

  • Enhance scholarly interdisciplinary interactions with faculty/students from relevant departments via Journal Club and Lab webpage (Blogs etc)

 

  • Explore online experiment building platforms and develop competence in preparing cognitive experiments. Create a training module for making online experiments.

 

  • Conducting journal club and/or workshops on current research trends in Cognition and methods of research in Cognition.

Latest posts

New Blog Article (December, 2022)

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Read this new blog article by Akshata Sheth (MSc student) titled 'Thou Shalt Not Kill: Moral Reasoning in Frontotemporal Dementia'

New Publication 
(September, 2022)

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Check out the recent publication by CABLab members in the Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine (IJPM) 

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