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Center for Neural Basis of Cognition

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  • 11/12/18--07:11: Consciousness: Neuroscience
  • CNBC faculty member and associate director (CMU) Wayne Wu has just completed a survey of the neuroscience of consciousness in a review article for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. The comprehensive review clarifies how consciousness can be empirically dissected. For philosophers, it provides an introduction to some important empirical work. For neuroscientists, it will help […]

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    Adolescence is a period of development where complex cognitive abilities like working-memory and inhibitory control mature, becoming more consistent and reliable. These improvements in cognition are occurring at the same time that brain structures that support these cognitive functions are undergoing continued developmental plasticity. Though this pattern of development has been well-described, the neurobiological mechanisms […]

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    The brain can anticipate stimuli that are behaviorally relevant, and attention can be deployed in advance of the stimuli’s appearance. The prevailing view is that attention works by acting as a sort of gain on neural activity leading to an amplification of a signal. This gain influence is thought to also apply to “spontaneous” activity […]

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