History

History

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The Brain, Mind and Behavior Research Center (CIMCYC) was founded in 2013 following a major grant from the European Union (FEDER), that provided for the building and mobiliary. Another major grant from the EU allowed the installation of the functional Magnetic Resonance Unit (FEDER).

These grants enabled a core group of scientists, then based in School of Psychology to relocate to a wonderful Granadian site, within the University of Granada's Campus de Cartuja (near the baroque Cartuja Monstery of Granada) .

The CIMCYC's research tools included also eye-movement and EEG recording devices, plus the classical electrophysiological and paper and pencil psychological instruments. Actually, the Center is awaiting for TMS and NIRS tools.