Welcome to the website of the ABC Journal! We aim to publish the latest research carried out by students from the research master Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Amsterdam, alongside lighter pieces written by members of the journal committee and other affiliates. Each journal features a theme in relation to neuroscience, such as Neuroscience in Society or The Art of Neuroscience. On this website, you’ll find all previous editions, as well as our current publication.

Happy reading!

Student Journal – Created entirely by students of the Master’s program Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Research articles, Reviews and Original pieces on Brain, Behavior and Cognition

All content is critically peer reviewed 

Student Journal – Created entirely by students of the Master’s program Brain and Cognitive Sciences

Research articles, Reviews and Original pieces on Brain, Behavior and Cognition

All content is critically peer reviewed 

cover of issue 13 (be glad you can barely see, its too good for mortal eyes)

Issue 13 | Learn about eco-anxiety cognitive flexibility DMN and medication synesthesia walking in cities

The 13th issue of the ABC Journal takes the broad theme of “Adapting to Change”. In this issue, we reflect on the neuroscientific and behavioural insights into how we adjust and adapt to an everchanging world. Dive into original pieces including an exploration of cognitive flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic, an interview with a climate anxiety researcher, and a compilation of MBCS students’ experiences with online learning. Interspersed are research papers and literature theses by MBCS alumni on exciting topics such as Default Mode Network modulation in ADHD patients, affective experience of walking in a city, and grapheme-color synesthesia.


Enjoy!

Issue’s password: ABCjournal13

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