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Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) at 40 Hz enhances face and object perception
Rivolta, D., Gonzalez Perez, M., Wakui, E., Thoma, V. and Nitsche, M. A. 2019. Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) at 40 Hz enhances face and object perception. Neuropsychologia.
Art as Problematic Waste: Video Tryptich
Chapman, D. and Hyvärinen, A. Art as Problematic Waste: Video Tryptich. Turun Taidehalli, Turku, Finland
From Margin to Centre? Practising New Forms of European Politics and Citizenship in the Calais ‘Jungle’
Hall, T., Lounasmaa, A. and Squire, C. 2019. From Margin to Centre? Practising New Forms of European Politics and Citizenship in the Calais ‘Jungle’. in: Birey, T., Cantat, C., Maczynska, E. and Sevinin, E. (ed.) Challenging the Political Across Borders: Migrants’ and Solidarity Struggles Central European University. pp. 99-128
The Production of Heritage
Pace, M. and Chandler, A. 2019. The Production of Heritage. AESOP Annual Congress. Venice, Italy 09 Jul - 13 Oct 2019 AESOP.
Context-Specific Drinking and Social Anxiety: The Roles of Anticipatory Anxiety and Post-Event Processing
Buckner, J. D., Lewis, E. M., Terlecki, M., Albery, I. P. and Moss, A. C. 2019. Context-Specific Drinking and Social Anxiety: The Roles of Anticipatory Anxiety and Post-Event Processing. Addictive Behaviors.