Linking Neurons to Individual Differences in Perceptual Skill
(2/3/2010) 75 minutes
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Humans with normal vision differ greatly in in their ability to make difficult perceptual judgments. Furthermore, humans show systematic differences in where they direct their eyes when having to make perceptual judgments such as identifying faces. What might explain this difference across humans in perceptual performance and eye movement exploration? Can one infer an individual's perceptual performance from their neural activity? And are there brain regions and time-periods of neural activity that are most predictive of human perceptual performance?


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