Neural Plasticity and Perceptual Learning

ENG BE 710

This course explores the capacity of cortical sensory and motor maps in the adult brain to change as a result of alterations in the effectiveness of the input, direct damage, or practice. The lectures will describe and discuss (1) the physiology and anatomy underlying adult dynamics; (2) psychophysical methods and experimental paradigms that have been used to study cortical plasticity in the early stages of the sensory and motor pathways; (3) evidence for perceptual learning; and (4) biologically plausible computational models of learning. We will discuss applications of functional neuroimaging to study perceptual learning and restorative plasticity in the human brain. 4 cr

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Vaina PSY B41 MW 4:30 pm-6:15 pm Mts w/GMS NE710

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