Crossing Borders 2012 - 2 October 2012
Eamonn Walsh is a neuroscientist working with a team exploring the effects of hypnosis on the brain. This neuroscientific discussion touches on free will, hypnosis, movement, dancing and writing.
Eamonn Walsh worked as a petroleum engineer in the Netherlands before returning to Ireland to study Psychology at Trinity College Dublin. Continuing his studies at UCL’s Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, his PhD and research focussed on the psychology of movement. Eamonn currently works as a researcher at King’s College London using neuroimaging techniques (functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI) and hypnosis as research tools to investigate thought and movement components in writing.