with Adriana Renero (NYU) and Gabriel Reyes (MUDD) Some philosophers claim that multiple cognitive processes contribute to introspection and some neuroscientists show that multiple cortical systems play a significant role in introspective processing (pluralist-process models). Although the contributions of these models have been significant in shedding light on introspection, they fail in providing an […]
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Shih-Wei Wu Institute of Neuroscience National Yang-Ming University Probability estimation and its neurocomputational substrates Many decisions we make depend on how we evaluate potential outcomes and estimate their probabilities of occurrence. Outcome valuation is subjective – it requires consulting the decision maker’s internal preferences and is sensitive to context. Probability estimation is also […]
Location: 200 Goddard Labs, 3710 Hamilton Walk Penn grad students, postdocs and RAs, you are invited to lunch with interesting guests. Not a talk – they’ll take 10 minutes to introduce their work, then it’s pure conversation. Sandwiches and drinks served. Dr. Rebecca Waller is an Assistant Professor of Psychology. She will be […]
We are very excited to announce the Spring 2019 Penn Neuroscience Public Lecture: We can, but should we? Ethical considerations in modern neuroscience This FREE lecture series will feature 15 minute TED-style talks from three leading Penn researchers: Drs. Martha Farah, Anthony Rostain, and Roy Hamilton. Check-in begins at 6pm, as well as […]
21st Annual Pinkel Endowed Lecture Cori Bargmann Head of Science, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Torsten N. Wiesel Professor, The Rockefeller University title and abstract forthcoming Location TBA A reception will follow the lecture.