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Congratulations to Matthew Apps on being awarded a 5 year BBSRC David Phillips Fellowship to investigate the neural mechanisms of amotivation across the life span. The aim of the grant is to examine the systems and computations underlying amotivation and reduced activity in different aspects of people's lives.

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