The Brain and Its Images

The ambition of contemporary neurosciences is to advance our knowledge of mind and its functions through new methods of visualizing brain activity, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography or positron emission tomography. But can all these visualizations be properly told images of our mind? Or is there an unbridgeable gap between the neural processes visualized by brain sciences and the 1st person perspective of our thoughts and experiences?

The Trade Fair Palace – Auditorium

Journey Into the Wonderland
Who: Silvia Gáliková
What: Short Lecture
When: 0:30 AM
Language: English

Images, Sciences and Politics – Prague 2016

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