Dr Robert Eres
Doctor of Philosophy, Monash University, Australia; Bachelor of Psychological Science, The University of Queensland, Australia
- Faculty of Health, Arts & Design
- School of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
- Centre for Mental Health
- GS204 Hawthorn campus
Dr Eres is a post-doctoral research fellow within the Social Connectedness Laboratory. During his doctoral training at The University of Queensland and Monash University, Dr Eres used neuroimaging techniques to understand how group membership influences the neurobiological mechanisms underlying empathy and moral judgement and decision-making. Primarily Dr Eres has expertise in functional and structural MRI (f/MRI) and electroencephalography (EEG) brain imaging techniques.
Dr Eres is now assisting Dr Michelle Lim in the Social Connectedness Lab on projects aimed at reducing loneliness in young people with first episode psychosis. His current research interests involve understanding the role of emotion regulation in chronic mental ill health populations, as well as the influence of loneliness on physical and mental health indicators.
Clinical Psychology; Cognitive Psychology; Neuroscience; Clinical Psychology; Cognitive Psychology; Neuroscience
- 2016, Other, Three Minute Thesis Award - Winner for Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences, Monash University
- 2015, Other, Three minute Thesis - Runners Up, The University of Queensland
- 2013, National, Australian Postgraduate Award, The University of Queensland
Also published as: Eres, Robert; Eres, R.
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- 2016-05-10: WHY WE DON’T FEEL GUILTY ABOUT ILLEGAL DOWNLOADING - The Wire
- 2016-05-09: The science behind piracy: Guilt portion of the brain fails to fire - Monash University
- 2016-05-08: Melbourne neuroscientists uncover why people don’t feel online piracy guilt - Herald Sun
- 2016-03-01: Scanning for Empathy - Australasian Sciene Magazine
- 2015-06-18: Emotional brains 'physically different' to rational ones - Monash University Press Release