Pieter Roelfsema Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience Visual perception and visual consciousness and their restoration when the eyes fail A long-standing dream of scientists is to be able to directly project images from the outside world onto the visual brain, bypassing the eyes. This method could provide a solution for blind and visually impaired […]
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Jennifer Arnold Departments of Psychology and Neuroscience UNC Chapel Hill Discourse level adaptation: what categories are important? Language processing is adaptive; even adults adjust their biases to the most frequent structures in the local context (e.g., Thothariri & Snedeker, 2008; Fine et al., 2013). Such adaptation even occurs at the discourse level, where […]
Sarah Solomon Schapiro Lab University of Pennsylvania Title and abstract forthcoming A pizza lunch willl be served.
We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, please contact us: email@example.com Shawniqua Williams Roberson Department of Neurology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Altered Reality from the Outside Looking In: Pathogenesis, Biomarkers and Outcomes of Delirium Of approximately 6 million admissions to intensive care units (ICUs) in the United States […]