IR3C, Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Here at the Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior (IR3C) we aim at understanding human behavior in all its facets, from the most simplest acts up to the most unique high-order cognitive functions. Obviously, this requires understanding brain functioning. We are also interested on how behavior adjusts and disadjusts during natural processes -development, aging- in several various forms of pathology, this being behavioral or cerebral. In addition, we aim at measuring, quantifying, analyzing and modeling such a behavior, in the most possible objective form, often requiring its studying and modeling in different animal species.