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  • 实验室2018年度人类脑图谱(OHBM)国际会议简讯
    ——课题组将于2018年度OHBM会议组织专题Symposia

     
     
            由北京师范大学认知神经科学与学习国家重点实验室暨IDG/麦戈文脑研究院秦绍正课题组牵头发起,联合深圳大学罗跃嘉教授、新加坡国立大学National University of Singapore余荣军教授和日本 Tamagawa University玉川大学Matsumoto Kenji教授,将于2018年6月17-21日在人类脑图谱组织(OHBM)国际会议上组织 “Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience: From Circuitry to Network and Behavior”专题Symposia 。
     
            该Symposia研讨会将围绕情绪与认知神经科学的最新进展,共邀请了4位该领域专家主讲,融合多模态脑功能成像技术(如EEG/ERP和fMRI)、认知实验和高级分析方法(如MVPA、HMM和动态网络),从环路到网络和行为层面,系统探讨人类情绪与认知功能的神经环路基础。
     
    时间:2018年6月18日Monday, Morning Symposia:8:00-9:15
    地点:2018年OHBM国际会议主会场
    专题:Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience: From Circuitry to Network and Behavior
     
    该专题Symposia研讨会具体日程安排,请参看OHBM年度会议网站:
    https://www.humanbrainmapping.org/files/2018/Symposia/Cognitive%20and%20Affective.pdf
    有关2018年度OHBM会议日程安排,请参看网站:
    https://www.humanbrainmapping.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3828
     
     
    英文概要如下:

    Summary
    Using a multi-disciplinary approach integrating cognitive, EEG/ERP and fMRI techniques and advanced analytic methods, the four speakers in this symposium investigate neurocognitive processes underlying nuanced cognitive and affective functions in humans. This symposium will provide perspectives on new ways to study brain circuitry and networks underlying interactions between affective and cognitive functions and how to best link the insights from behavioral experiments and neuroimaging studies.
     
    Objective:
    Having accomplished this symposium or workshop, participants will be able to:
    1. Learn about the latest progress of innovative research in the field of cognitive and affective neuroscience;
    2. Learn applications of multimodal brain imaging techniques (i.e., EEG/ERP, fMRI) into understanding human cognitive and affective functions in different populations.
    3. Gain awareness and knowledge of multimodal brain imaging techniques and advanced analytic methods, and interpretation of neuroimaging data
     
    Target Audience:
    This session would be suitable to a broad audience, especially for psychologists, cognitive neuroscientists, and psychiatrists.