Biopsychology Research Colloquium
- Schedule WS 2019/20 -


Monday, 07.10.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Will Clark
Department of Psychology, University of Otago, New Zealand
The Neural Mechanisms Underlying Object Representation in the Visual Network of the Pigeon Brain
Monday, 21.10.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Oliver Brock
Dept. of Computer Engineering and Microelectronics, Robotics and Biology Laboratory, TU Berlin
A Robotics Perspective on the Study of Intelligence
Monday, 28.10.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Hiroshi Matsui
Fakultät für Psychologie, AE Biopsychologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Distinct motor control strategies in feeding behaviors between pigeons and crows
Monday, 11.11.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Lucia Regolin, Sofija Perovic
Department of General Psychology, Università di Padova, Italy tba
Learning of relative rules in domestic chicks
Monday, 18.11.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Caroline Schlüter
Fakultät für Psychologie, AE Biopsychologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
The Biological Basis of Action Control
Monday, 25.11.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Meng Gao, Mehdi Behroozi,
Will Clark

Fakultät für Psychologie, AE Biopsychologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum and Department of Psychology, University of Otago, New Zealand
Past, Present and Future of small-animal fMRI in the Biopsychology
Monday, 02.12.2019
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Johanna Bergmann
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Mental imagery and primary visual cortex (V1) - a cortical surface-based and layer-wise perspective
Monday, 13.01.2020
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Tim Hahn
Medizinische Fakultät – Translationale Psychiatrie, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Machine Learning in Psychiatry - Promises, Problems, and Perspectives
Monday, 20.01.2020
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Thomas Walther
Institut für Neuroinformatik, Computational Neuroscience, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Context-dependence of extinction learning emerges in memory-driven reinforcement learning
Monday, 27.01.2020
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Neslihan Edes
Fakultät für Psychologie, AE Biopsychologie, Ruhr-Univer-sität Bochum
A look in the mirror: What is this pigeon doing?

 

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