We are exited to announce a new position for an enthusiastic and creative postdoctoral researcher interested in collaborating with our research group at the Mind, Brain and Behavior Research Center (CIMCYC) in the beautiful city of Granada.
Can increased interoception explain exercise-induced benefits on brain function and cognitive performance?
This is the title of our new preprint, published in PsyArXiv, where we review the evidence in favor of the novel hypothesis that physical exercise enhances cognitive performance by improving interoception.
Our preprint on brain-heart communication in athletes and sedentary young adults, available for peer review
Our recent research, revealing significant differences in how the brains of physically trained and sedentary young adults process information from the heart, is now available for commentary and formal peer review in two preprint repositories: SJS (@social_sjs) and bioRxiv (@biorxivpreprint).