Sensation and Perception: How the Brain Models the World
The 2024 summer school will explore how multiple networks within the brain dynamically interact to make it possible for us to perceive and understand the world around us. We will address emerging understanding of how the brain integrates information from the senses with existing internal representations to extrapolate a model of the outside world. In addition to discussion of the multiple critical brain functions that underlie perception, such as sensory processing, attention and memory, we will also consider how disruptions in these interconnected abilities may lead to mental disorders involving abnormal perceptual experience.
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Lukas Ian Schmitt (Chair), Hitoshi Okamoto (Co-chair), Asuka Takeishi, Louis Kang, Masanori Murayama