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The Division of Neuroimaging and Neurotechnology comprises seven research groups. The research group Emotional Neuroscience is interested in alterations of emotion and reward processing in psychiatric disorders with a focus on addiction. The research group Clinical Neurotechnology deals with the investigation of neuroplasticity in the context of the clinical use of brain-computer interfaces. The research group Learning and Cognition focuses on neuroimaging research and computational modeling of learning abnormalities in schizophrenia and addiction. The research group Machine Learning analyses neuroimaging data in neurological and psychiatric diseases using advanced machine learning methods. The research group Multisensory Integration focuses on the neuronal mechanisms underlying multisensory processing and investigates the mechanisms underlying disturbed multisensory integration as, for example, found in patients with schizophrenia. Finally, the Visual Perception Lab investigates the neural foundations of altered perceptual processes in psychiatric diseaese.