Attention: one thing or many?

Speaker: Henry Taylor (University of Birmingham, department of Philosophy Abstract: One of the most striking features of the interdisciplinary work on attention is the sharp divide between philosophers and cognitive scientists about the basic nature of attention. Philosophers overwhelmingly view…

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Two types of ictal phase-amplitude couplings in epilepsy patients revealed by spectral harmonicity of intracerebral recordings

Speaker: Dami√°n Dellavale¬† ¬†(Instituto Balseiro – Centro At√≥mico Bariloche, Argentinia) Abstract: Cross frequency coupling (CFC) phenomenon observed in neural recordings has been proposed to be functionally involved in neuronal communication, memory formation and learning. Besides, experimental findings have shown that…

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Alpha workshop

‘Alpha revisited: is there evidence for anticipatory inhibition and sensory gain control?’ 10:00 – 10:15¬† ¬†Ole Jensen –¬†University of Birmingham (Centre for Human Brain Health):¬†Introduction 10:15 – 10:45¬† ¬†Daniel Schneider –¬†Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors, Dortmund:¬†…

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CHBH black landscape

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