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Workshops at ASSC7

May 30, 2003

Morning Session: (9:30 am to 12:30 pm)

  Signal detection theory and consciousness research - By William P. Banks [Description]

  Do Current Models of Color Perception Neglect Phenomenology? - By James A. Schirillo & Michael E. Rudd [Description]

  In search of NCC: Insights from single neuron recordings in the human brain - By Gabriel Krieman [Description]

  Complexity and consciousness - By Wei Ji Ma [Description]

  Functional imaging in the conscious resting state, sleep, general anesthesia and coma - By Steven Laureys [Description]

Afternoon Session: (2:00 pm to 5:00 pm)

  Temporal and Spatial Analysis of Electroencephalographic Signals - By Walter Freeman & Rodrigo Quiroga [Description]

  Visibility, Brightness, Shape, and Their Relationship to the Neural Code - By Susana Martinez-Conde & Stephen L. Macknik [Description]

  The phenomenology of perception and cognitive science: The continuing relevance of Merleau-Ponty's approach to conscious experience and thought - By Erik Myin [Description]

  Unconscious perception and its implications for consciousness - By Michael Snodgrass [Description]

  Chimpanzee minds - By Daniel Povinelli [Description]

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