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Centre for Research in Applied Cognition, Knowledge, Learning & Emotion (CRACKLE)

CRACKLE staff and graduate research students conduct research in “applied” or real-world aspects of cognition, learning and emotion with implications for psychological wellbeing. This involves research in natural and community situations alongside associated laboratory research, including EEG (electroencephalography) studies of relevant brain activity.

As part of the research priority area of Sport, Exercise, Health and Wellbeing, CRACKLE provides a forum for the facilitation of collaborative research among CRACKLE members, and also provides a ‘shop-window’ for research activity, including: wellbeing and performance in occupational and ‘real-world’ environments; clinical health and wellbeing; and athletic wellbeing and sports’ performance.

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by Dr Graham Edgar

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Find out more about this research project on the CRACKLE website

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This research forms part of the Sport, Exercise, Health and Wellbeing research priority area.