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The Interdisciplinary Centre for the Artificial Mind (iCAM) is an international Research Centre undertaking innovative research on the mind’s development over a lifespan, in interaction with artificial environments.

iCAM is dedicated to making the following over-arching contributions:

  • to guide new investigation into human-artificial environment interaction,
  • to analyse the development of mind within artificial environments,
  • to provide preventive solutions for human health disorders, and explore treatments of neurological diseases.

Three research streams constitute the basic research orientation of the Centre:

  • To understand mind functioning in everyday development over an entire lifespan through a strong theoretical background including fundamental research.
  • To analyse how neurocognitive development occurs when immersed in virtual/mixed/augmented reality and in interaction with robots.
  • To investigate the organisation and/or reorganisation of the mind in the presence of a neurodevelopmental disorder including ASD, prematurity or after a head injury, or a stroke, and through neuroeducation using virtual/mixed/augmented reality and robots.

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Emotions Medicine & Life Sciences
Consciousness Medicine & Life Sciences
Individuality Medicine & Life Sciences
Play and Playthings Medicine & Life Sciences
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Medicine & Life Sciences
Robots Engineering & Materials Science
Arousal Medicine & Life Sciences
Neurons Medicine & Life Sciences

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Oliver Baumann

Person: Teaching and Research

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Damian Cox

Person: Teaching and Research

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Research Output 2017 2018

  • 2 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
  • 5 Article
  • 1 Abstract
Open Access
Recognition (Psychology)
Healthy Volunteers
Research Design
1 Citations

Category-length and category-strength effects using images of scenes

Baumann, O., Vromen, J. M. G., Boddy, A. C., Crawshaw, E. & Humphreys, M. S., 21 Jun 2018, (Accepted/In press) In : Memory and Cognition. p. 1-14 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Recognition (Psychology)
Recognition Memory
1 Citations
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