fMRI Experimental Design I: Mathematical Cognition
Neuropsylab NUG seminar on fMRI experimental design I: Mathematical cognition took place on January 29 at Psychology department. Mathematical cognition refers to the processes we use to represent quantities and the mechanisms for processing numbers and calculations. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has been used to examine brain responses to tasks that involve mathematical cognition. Marie Arsalidou summarized various methods that have been used for study mental processes related to numbers and calculations. Seminar focused on task development and design that adheres to limitations of the MRI methodology.
The materials from this seminar you can download by the following link: NUG-seminar-2018-01-29.pdf