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Atlanta Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience

Georgia State University Neuroscience Institute

Emory University Behavioral Neuroscience and Psychiatric Disorders

Emory University Developmental and Cognitive Neuroscience

Morehouse School of Medicine's Neuroscience Institute

Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (CABI)

Society for Neuroscience

Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

 

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The CBN research program examines the basic neural systems governing social behaviors in animals. It also seeks to explain how social experience and the environment alter the nervous system.


Research support is provided through a system that encourages the development of multi-institutional, multi-disciplinary projects. Although the CBN focuses primarily on basic research, the Center also supports translational research.


Through research groups called “Collaboratories” CBN scientists build synergistic inter-disciplinary partnerships among investigators using different models, technologies and approaches. Historically, these groups have focused on the neuroscience of affiliation, aggression, fear, reproduction and memory and cognition.

Most recently, CBN scientists have teamed up to discuss new ideas for investigating the neuroscience of positive emotions. While the study of positive emotions has now become a vibrant component of several areas of social science, far less work has been done on the fundamental neural processes related to positive emotional and social states. The CBN wishes to build complementary work in neuroscience in this area by stimulating new advances in basic neuroscience research focused on: social bonding; tolerance; trust; altruism; cooperation; empathy, and hope.

If you are interested in learning more about the Center’s research efforts, contact us at:

webmaster@cbn-atl.org.

Software Downloads

CBN researchers have developed a useful software tool for behavioral research. This tool is available for FREE by clicking on the link below.

Stopwatch+ (observational software for simple behaviors)


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