Memory and the Computational Brain – October 10

Next Wednesday we are hosting Randy Gallistel from Rutgers as part of the M.R. Bauer Foundation Colloquium Series. His recent work on learning, decision-making and timing in mice is grounded in his strong background in cognitive neuroscience and addresses computational/information theoretic issues – a recently published paper from his lab is provocatively entitled Mice take calculated risks. Gallistel’s lecture on Memory and the Computational Brain will be presented at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, October 10, in Gerstenzang 121.

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