RTG 2175 Perception in Context and its Neural Basis
We are pleased to invite you to the online workshop "Linking behavioral and neural dynamics" on Friday, 16 October 2020, 5pm-8pm CEST, hosted by Anton Sirota
Gordon Berman (Emory University): Measuring the hidden dynamics of animal behavior
Arne Meyer (Radboud University Nijmegen): Dynamics of gaze control in freely moving mice
Jesse Marshall (Harvard University): The neural substrates of flexible behavior
Adam Calhoun (Princeton University): TBA
Scott Linderman (Stanford University): TBA
Ann Kennedy (California Institute of Technology): Hypothalamic representations of internal state and behavior
Justin Graboski (LMU Munich): Exploratory behavior modulates hippocampal space code.
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We do not perceive the world as it is in absolute terms, but a version of the world that is filtered and modulated by our intentions and expectations that are derived from previous experience.
Presently, we miss a coherent theory of the functional and mechanistic underpinnings of such contextual modulations both on the perceptual level and on the level of the underlying neuronal activity.
The core research idea of the RTG is to pinpoint similarities and differences of context-dependent perception and its neuronal representation in selected and well-accessible paradigms, and thereby work towards a unified framework of contextual processing.
The RTG 2175 combines expertise from multiple neuroscience disciplines into an educational program for doctoral researchers working on contextual effects on sensory perception and their underlying neurophysiological basis.
The RTG 2175 has started in October 2016.