I am a Professor of Psychophysiology at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK.
My academic background covers neurosciences, psychophysiology and human factors/human-computer interaction.
My staff page at LJMU is here which contains all contact info
A list of my papers is available on the next tab over. Links to pdf versions are provided where possible.
For information about my background, I did this Interview in 2017 for the newsletter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (European Chapter).
This is my research website and a blog dedicated to all things physiological computing. All views expressed are my own.
You can also find me on Google Scholar, LinkedIn & ResearchGate
I’m also on Twitter (@shfairclough) and my feed is at the bottom of the page.
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I love the captivating conversations you have with your guests. I’d love to intro a guest which I believe might interest your listeners who are curious in new technology for mental health/ latest studies in the area of mental health/ latest biohacking software/ newest approaches to mental health (choose one that works)
Aziz Kaddan – CEO and co-founder of a growing neurofeedback startup Myndlift, that brings neurofeedback and clinical expertise to any home at a fraction of the cost of a clinical treatment.
Few facts about Aziz:
Featured on the Forbes 30 under 30 list.
A mental health advocate, with a passion for understanding the human brain.
Neurofeedback science and technology expert.
You might enjoy talking to him about:
What is neurofeedback and how its benefits can be accessible at home.
Brain biohacking with possibility to visualize the progress.
Neurofeedback technology for issues like ADHD, ADD, depression, anxiety, or PTSD.
What it’s like to navigate the start-up world with an innovative mental health technology.
I am also attaching the link to one of his latest interviews, so you can check how he is on camera.