6 results for Event, Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering
The talk provides a brief overview of consciousness studies and then considers how consciousness can be understood in the light of two approaches that make an appeal to information.
From crowds back to individuals: the new era of data collection for health and human behavior
The title of the dissertation is "Opioidergic regulation of human affiliative behavior: Evidence from positron emission tomography studies"
The Science Factory aims at continuing to enhance the interaction and discussion within the international TMS–EEG community.