RT @oxfordrobots
We have made great progress over 2 years in our quest for effective building blocks of embodied intelligence. Investigating topics from tactile sensing all the way to human machine collaboration. Check out our journey thus far embodiedintelligence.web.ox.ac

New study from @nadine_dijkstra & @smfleming published in @NatureComms finds the more vividly a person imagines something, the more likely it is that they believe it’s real.


RT @astridlund3
Ever wondered, "Am I good at that?" 💭 Is this capacity for domain-general, or more specific? Our pre-print (and thread) explore why we believe it's mostly domain-general, with some key exceptions. Read on! 👇 Preprint: psyarxiv.com/p97s5

RT @mattbutlerpsych
FND meets consciousness research, is there a more interesting topic? (no)

Join us next Tuesday on link in QT! twitter.com/IoPPN_NREG/status/

RT @mona_garvert
There has been a lot of progress in our understanding of how the brain organises relationships in cognitive maps. But how is this knowledge used when guiding novel choice? Work with @TankredSaanum, @cpilab, @nico_schuck & @doellerlab now in @NatureNeuro rdcu.be/c83tL

RT @MmeJeanserre
New ERC-funded Post-doc position to fill in my team in human neuroimaging. Please check details on my website 👇 or retweet !

Tomorrow's Brain Meeting will be given by

Studying mental health problems as systems, not syndromes will discuss systems perspective to mental health problems, and showcase new theories and methods to facilitate prevention and intervention.


RT @KHayhoe
Here are the big takeaways from the @IPCC_CH Synthesis Report released today.

First, climate change has already caused widespread and substantial losses to almost every aspect of human life on this planet, and the impacts on future generations depend on the choices we make NOW.

Friday's Brain Meeting will be given by @EikoFried

'Studying mental health problems as systems, not syndromes' will discuss systems perspective to mental health problems, and showcase new theories and methods to facilitate prevention and intervention.


RT @HWalkerFleming
Huge thanks to Centre at @SveucilisteZG for hosting Director for Chris Jones. Really impressive robots helping humans doing everything from to persuading kids to exercise. Unfortunately I could take a robot home :(

SPM for MEG/EEG Course - Registration open
📅30/05/23 - 02/06/23
📍 Queen Square, London UK
🧠Beginners & advanced users
🍲Meals and social event

Pre-processing, statistical analysis, source localization and dynamic causal modelling for MEG/EEG data


Tomorrow's Brain Meeting will be given by @SusanMurphylab1

'Assessing Personalization In Digital Health' will discuss approaches to assess whether personalization occurred when a reinforcement learning algorithm has been run in a clinical study


RT @spiantado
Large language models change everything for linguistics, starting with Chomsky.

Featuring: LLMs as scientific theories, response to prior takes, "why" questions in language, acquisition... and how the field should have seen this coming.

Paper is here: lingbuzz.net/lingbuzz/007180

RT @Lion_Schulz
How does metacognition shape how we search for information? Happy to share our full theory+data paper out now in PsychReview (w/ @smfleming & Peter Dayan @MPICybernetics). We’ve made big chances since the 1st preprint (all new empirical section!) so here’s an updated thread 👇🧵

RT @GabyMohamady
Frontal neurons fire for particular task states, but seem to remap between tasks. Turns out this remapping reveals a surprising algorithm for abstraction and sequence learning. I’ll discuss this across 2 workshop talks at . Come along if you're interested! ... (1/3)

Meet Nadine Dijkstra!

To celebrate & we have spoken to @nadine_dijkstra 🧠

Find out more about Nadine's current position, how her career began, and her love for dance 💃🪩

Friday's Brain Meeting will be given by @HannekedenOuden

(Mal)adaptive biases in motivated action: computations, brains and psychopathology will discuss studies investigating the basis and (mal)adaptive nature of motivational biases


We are pleased to announce the launch of the 🧠

In partnership with @youngepilepsy the project aimed to raise the voices of young people with epilepsy, by co-designing key elements of new brain scanning technology, OPM-MEG.


RT @WindingMichael
I am starting my own research group at @TheCrick Institute in London! We will be investigating how neuronal circuits in the brain drive social interactions between animals.

I have an immediate opening for a PhD student, apply by 22 March!

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