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Established in 2018, Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience(BCNC) is an integrative research platform that investigates the biological basis of cognition from micro-scale individual neurons to systems-level neural circuits. Combining multi-disciplinary research from cognitive, comparative, computational and clinical neurosciences with state-of-the-art neuroimaging, electrophysiological recording and behavioral testing methods,CNCaims to characterize the neural mechanisms underlying perception, attention, motivation, decision-making, learning and memory, emotions and consciousness. By modeling computational neural networks through multi-modal brain data, our ultimate goal is to simulate human cognitive processes and to establish the neurodynamic characteristics of major neurological and psychiatric disorders. Based on these aims and objectives,CNCis dedicated to making significant contributions in translational cognitive neuroscience from fundamental principles of brain to clinical treatment of disorders.