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We humans are masters at communicating our subjective experience, but is our objective perception of the world outside affected by our internal state, by the anticipation of reward for example? In his research, Pieter Goltstein addresses this question by discussing two experiments that investigate how learning a stimulus-reward association affects the representation of reward-predicting visual information in the brain, and specifically in the visual cortex.

Event details of Visual processing in the brain
Date 17 December 2015
Time 15:00 -16:00
Location Aula - Oude Lutherse kerk
Room Location

P.M. Goltstein: A Rewarding View on the Mouse Visual Cortex. Effects of Associative Learning and Cortical State on Early Visual Processing in the Brain.

Supervisor

Prof. C.M.A. Pennartz

Aula - Oude Lutherse kerk

Room Location

Singel 411
1012 XM Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.