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Psychology Fall 2019 Colloquium Series - 2

November 15 • Real-time fMRI Neurofeedback: Future Direction

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Add to Calendar 2019-11-15 15:30:00 2019-11-15 16:30:00 Psychology Fall 2019 Colloquium Series - 2 Presenter: Jeremy Cohen, Ph.D. Xavier University, Louisiana   Real-time fMRI (rt-fMRI) neurofeedback is an exciting imaging tool with the potential to help individuals actively alter brain function. Activity derived from targeted brain areas, or networks, is fed back to the participant in real-time via visual display; and allows the participant to learn strategies to up- and/or down-regulate the target on demand. This talk will focus on the basics of rt-fMRI, recent analyses of default mode network regulation, and future research directions in Dr. Cohen’s lab.  Miller 114 Dr. Varela revarela@loyno.edu America/Chicago public

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Miller 114

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Cost

Free

Presenter: Jeremy Cohen, Ph.D.

Xavier University, Louisiana

 

Real-time fMRI (rt-fMRI) neurofeedback is an exciting imaging tool with the potential to help individuals actively alter brain function. Activity derived from targeted brain areas, or networks, is fed back to the participant in real-time via visual display; and allows the participant to learn strategies to up- and/or down-regulate the target on demand. This talk will focus on the basics of rt-fMRI, recent analyses of default mode network regulation, and future research directions in Dr. Cohen’s lab. 

Event Type

College of Arts and Sciences

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Add to Calendar 2019-11-15 15:30:00 2019-11-15 16:30:00 Psychology Fall 2019 Colloquium Series - 2 Presenter: Jeremy Cohen, Ph.D. Xavier University, Louisiana   Real-time fMRI (rt-fMRI) neurofeedback is an exciting imaging tool with the potential to help individuals actively alter brain function. Activity derived from targeted brain areas, or networks, is fed back to the participant in real-time via visual display; and allows the participant to learn strategies to up- and/or down-regulate the target on demand. This talk will focus on the basics of rt-fMRI, recent analyses of default mode network regulation, and future research directions in Dr. Cohen’s lab.  Miller 114 Dr. Varela revarela@loyno.edu America/Chicago public

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Psychological Sciences