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'''Please visit our new website as we have moved to UC Davis:''' https://ccnlab.org/index.html
  
 
Our lab develops computational and formal models of the biological bases of cognition (computational cognitive neuroscience), focusing on specialization of function in and interactions between hippocampus, prefrontal cortex/basal ganglia, and posterior neocortex in learning, memory, attention, vision, and controlled processing. We test predictions from these models using a range of behavioral and other experimental techniques.  Current models integrate multiple brain areas in embodied virtual agents to study learning in realistic physical environments.
 
Our lab develops computational and formal models of the biological bases of cognition (computational cognitive neuroscience), focusing on specialization of function in and interactions between hippocampus, prefrontal cortex/basal ganglia, and posterior neocortex in learning, memory, attention, vision, and controlled processing. We test predictions from these models using a range of behavioral and other experimental techniques.  Current models integrate multiple brain areas in embodied virtual agents to study learning in realistic physical environments.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:24, 12 September 2019

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Please visit our new website as we have moved to UC Davis: https://ccnlab.org/index.html

Our lab develops computational and formal models of the biological bases of cognition (computational cognitive neuroscience), focusing on specialization of function in and interactions between hippocampus, prefrontal cortex/basal ganglia, and posterior neocortex in learning, memory, attention, vision, and controlled processing. We test predictions from these models using a range of behavioral and other experimental techniques. Current models integrate multiple brain areas in embodied virtual agents to study learning in realistic physical environments.