Research

Olav Krigolson attaching electrods to honours student
“Learning is crucial. If we do not learn, we do not survive,” says Dr. Olav Krigolson, a Department of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education researcher, who uses computational modelling and neuroimaging (EEGs and functional MRIs) to study how the mind learns and makes decisions.

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