Brad Postle Department of Psychology University of Wisconsin   Controlling the Contents of Working Memory   The fact that a task as seemingly simple as the colored-squares change-detection task has such phenomenal psychometric properties (predicting, e.g., general fluid intelligence, standardized test performance, even lifetime earning potential and personality traits) suggests that it engages more than […]

CNI Seminar: Donald Wilson

October 23, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Donald Wilson Department of Neuroscience and Physiology NYU   Smell in context: The role of top-down feedback and dynamic networks in olfaction   Sensory cortices process afferent input in the context of activity from a wide variety of other inter-cortical inputs. These top-down inputs provide information about expectation, recent history and multisensory associations that modulate […]

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