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CCN Colloquium: "Unmasking multistable dynamics in social interaction, brain activity, and stimulation"

Speaker

Mengsen Zhang, PhD (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Since 1999, the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) has served as the central focus at Duke University for research, education, and training in the psychological, computational, and biological mechanisms of higher mental function; variability in these mechanisms among individuals, across the lifespan, and between species; application of these mechanisms to real-world problems; and their dissolution in disease and mental disorders.

Categories

Natural Sciences, Research