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The human brain is still unexplored

17 April, 2015

“We only know three to five percent of what is in the human brain, so this is a great area for research. Come and join us!” says Håkan Fischer, Professor of Biological Psychology at the Department of Psychology at Stockholm University.

Håkan Fischer is Crosstalks guest in “Mapping and understanding the human brain” broadcast live, April 23, at 6 PM CET on

His research focus is on what is happening in the brain when we feel different types of emotions. It is also on what is happening with the emotions in the brain across the human lifespan, from young kid to old adult.

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Crosstalks is an international academic talk show, broadcast once a month by two of Swedens top universities – KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University. It is a platform for discussions on global challenges in an open and on-going dialogue with viewers around the world. The tone of the programme is relaxed, with a twinkle in its eye: just like a good, engaging lecture.

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