Wednesday, March 7th, 12:30-17:00 & Thursday, March 8 th, 09:00-17:30, 2018
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Background: Recent developments in cognitive neuroscience have led to exciting new possibilities for understanding consciousness. Much of this work has been carried out with fMRI; however, similar approaches can be developed with cost-effective and portable technologies, such as EEG, that could provide potentially better outcomes due higher temporal resolution.
Our Aim: With the goal of promoting interactions and future collaborations, this workshop will bring together investigators and trainees with complementary expertise in cognitive neuroscience, functional MRI, and EEG to discuss new ways in which EEG data could be used to extract signals of relevance to the study of mental states, both from a basic-science perspective and a clinical perspective.
See the event details at Ludmercentre.ca