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Interacting Minds at CFIN

The RCC is a principal partner in the Interacting Minds – A Biological Basis project at CFIN, which is supported by the Danish Research Foundation Niels Bohr Professorships. The award has led to a very fruitful cooperation with neuropsychologists Uta Frith and Chris Frith, both situated in London. The main purpose of the project is to explore the relationships between the human capacity for minds to interact and the putative biological substrate which enables this to happen. As in most RCC and CFIN projects, a set of tightly integrated approaches are applied such as conceptual reflection, brain imaging data, behavioural experiments, and clinical investigations.