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International  Course

MIND  AND  BRAIN  III

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Mind and Brain III program in .pdf format ( 125 K )


ABSTRACT PRESENTATION
Session I:

Honbolygo, F., Csepe, V.:
Event-related potential correlates of the amplitude modulation of pure tones: Testing the P-center hypothesis

Szucs, D., Csepe, V.:
Different modality number-words and digits prime semantic number representations differentially

Janyan, A.:
Visual field differences in picture naming

Susac, A., Ilmoniemi, R., Supek, S.:
Changes in the facial expression: An EEG/MEG study

Liscic, R., Grgic, M., Pirtosek, Z.:
Electrophysiological study of the Stroop effect

Simonyan, K., Jurgens, U.:
Laryngeal motorcortex and its efferent subcortical projections

Session II:

Dobravac, G., Kuvac, J., Palmovic, M.:
Twins in the world of specific language impairment

Ivsac, J.:
The phenomenon of joint attention

Vukmirovic, B.:
Radio C the challenging news-medium


List of lecturers (in alphabetic order) and lecture titles:

Hendrikus Duifhuis:
1. Speech perception: Temporal and spectral cues
2. Experimental study of temporal and spectral cues in complex sounds

Peter Hagoort:
1. The neurocognition of language: Why answers necessarily require multimodal brain imaging

Peter Illes:
1. Phenomenology of auditory hallucinations
2. The power of language in psychotherapy 

Risto Ilmoniemi:
1. Introduction to MEG
2. Mapping the brain with TMS

Jari Karhu:
1. Navigated brain stimulation - novel tools for cognitive brain research
2. Images of mental illness - does altered processing of auditory information impair further cognitive processes

Melita Kovacevic:
1. Language development: Psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic issues
2. Language acquisition in Croatian in cross-linguistic perspective

Ksenija Marinkovic:
1. Spatio-temporal dynamics of word processing
2. Understanding words and getting jokes: Anatomically-constrained MEG

Helmut Moritz:
1. Verbal and non-verbal thinking

Csaba Pleh:
1. Language and cognition in Williams syndrome

Robert Savoy:
1. Art of the trade-off: research strategies in functional MRI
2. Extracting more information from functional MRI data:  A case study 
    in multivariate analysis

Kensuke Sekihara:
1. Neuromagnetic source reconstruction and inverse modeling 

Selma Supek:
1. From brain signals to brain activity
2. Images of mind: Challenges in multi-source resolution

Csepe Valeria:
1. Brain activity correlates of language development and developmental language deficits: Traditions, facts, and trend

Jurg von Ins:
1. The speaking creator
2. From magic speech to normative text

Chris Wood:
1. Introduction to electromagnetic recordings of human brain activity
2. Toward integrated multi-modality functional imaging