Research Expertise: Creativity, Imagination, Reality-Fiction Distinction, Mental Time Travel, Theory of Mind, Self-Referential Thought
Domains/Disciplines: Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Neuropsychology, Clinical Neuroscience, Social Neuroscience
Nov 2016: New article - The Imaginative Mind - to be published in Human Brain Mapping.
Sep 2016: Brief interview with the Naked Scientists on Where Do New Ideas Come From? (audio/transcript) for their BBC radio podcast on the
Science of Animation.
Aug 2016: Present a talk - The Brain Basis of Creative Conceptual Expansion - at the Neuroscience of Creativity symposium in the
APA Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado (Chair: Darya Zabelina |Other Presenters: Adam Green, Darya Zabelina, Roger Beaty).
Jul 2016: Present a talk - Imagination in relation to memory and beyond - at the ICOM 2016 (International Conference on Memory) in
Jun 2016: Conduct a workshop - The Science of Creativity - ENCODS 2016 (European Neuroscience Conference for Doctoral Students),
Jun 2016: Chair the Creativity: A Multidimensional Approach conference to foster cross-disciplinary collaborations. Organized within
the Cognition & Behaviour Programme of the Centre for Applied Social Research (CeASR), Leeds Beckett University, UK.
Jun 2016: New book chapter accepted - The Forest versus the Trees: Creativity, Cognition and Imagination. In R. E. Jung & O. Vartanian (Eds.)
Cambridge Handbook of the Neuroscience of Creativity. Cambridge University Press.
May 2016: New article - Commentary on “Creativity and memory: Effects of an episodic-specificity induction on divergent thinking”
(Madore, Addis & Schacter, 2015) - Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition.
May 2016: Conduct a workshop - The Science of Creativity and Creativity for Science - for the Annual Retreat of the Vienna Biocenter (VBC),
Apr 2016: Present a talk - The Brain on Imagination at the CogNovo workshop on "The Neural Basis for Creativity", University of
Feb 2016: Present a talk - The Cognitive Neuroscience of Creativity at the School of Psychology External Research Seminar, University of