BRAIN IMAGING AND VISION
25 March 1998, Founder's Building, Royal Holloway, University of London(Close to M25 J13, Egham station on Waterloo-Reading line. Map on request.)
2.10-2.15 Introduction to Symposium Main Lecture Theatre, Founder's Building
2.15-3.15 Brian Wandell (Stanford University, California)
"Computational neuroimaging (fMRI) of human color processing"
3.45-4.15 Tea and biscuits
4.15-4.45 John Wattam-Bell (University College London)
"Brain areas differentially activated by coherent motion and dynamic noise"
4.45-5.15 Andy Smith (Royal Holloway College London)
"Brain areas differentially activated by first- and second-order motion"
5.15-5.45 Manfred Fahle (City University, formerly University of Tuebingen )
"Correlates of figure-ground segregation in fMRI and multi-channel EEG"
5.45-6.00 General Discussion
6.00 - Close
Followed by a visit to a local pub (all welcome) and then dinner (by prior arrangement).
The organisers thank the Scientific Affairs Board of the British Psychological Society for financial support.
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