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Rethinking Memory Systems in the Human Brain

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Friday, January 10, 2020
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Nick Turk-Browne, Psychology, Yale
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CCN Colloquium Series

CCN Colloquium Series. From Dr. Turk-Browne's website: Different cognitive processes like perception, attention, learning, and memory - and the underlying brain systems that support them - are often studied in isolation. This is productive and necessary, but my lab takes the complementary perspective of trying to understand how these systems interact. The hope is that this will help elucidate the constraints and functions of individual systems and also help produce a more integrated understanding of mind and brain.

Contact: Kathy Neal