Downloadable and viewable (HTML) presentations:
- Fernando Lopes da Silva, UvA.
Distinct memory systems mediating declarative, emotional and
procedural memory functions.
- Jan Theeuwes, VU
Spatial Seletive attention: An Introduction .
- Pieter Roelfsema, UvA
Attention and the visual cortex.
- Victor A.F. Lamme, UvA and NORI
Consciousness, the cognitive neuroscience approach.
- Dick Bierman, UvA
Quantum Models of Consciousness, an introduction
- Richard Ridderinkhof, UvA.
The control of cognitive processes: evaluative versus executive
control in the activation, suppression, and monitoring of actions.
- Hans Supèr
Visual Working Memory: from perception to memory.
Cognitive Neuroscience is a relatively young field where neuroscience and psychology
meet. Therefore, the Graduate School Neurosciences Amsterdam (ONWA), and the Graduate
School for Experimental Psychology (EPOS) joined forces to present a course on this
exciting new topic. Cognitive Neuroscience studies the relation between brain and mind. It
tries to understand the cognitive capabilities of the mind, such as planning, reasoning
and all the faculties of consciousness in terms of their underlying neural mechanisms,
such as neural structure, physiology, and neuronal interactions.