CCNP seminars are focused on discussing papers, projects, and ideas in computational cognitive neuropsychiatry, in an informal, collaborative atmosphere. If you would like to present, please contact Ed Clayton at ec12@princeton.edu.

Seminars typically are held every two weeks on Wednesdays from 10-11 am in Room D-203, Psychiatry/UBHC building, 671 Hoes Lane West, Piscataway, NJ. For those who cannot attend in person, videoconferencing is available.

Upcoming seminars:

Wed Feb 1 2017 – Ken Norman – How do retrieval dynamics drive learning? Insights from fMRI and computational models

Wed March 1 2017 – Eileen Kowler – Show me, don’t tell me: The role of cues, past experience, and beliefs in the generation of anticipatory eye movements

Wed March 15 2017 – Anna Konova – Addiction states as dynamic changes in valuation

Wed March 29 2017 – Emanuel Bubl

Wed April 10 2017 – Rita Goldstein

Wed April 26 2017 – Sabine Kastner

Wed May 24 2017 – Jordan Taylor