UNDER CONSTRUCTION: We are interested in understanding how the brain forms percepts and uses them to make decisions,
especially in the visual domain. How are the brain's perceptual beliefs about the
outside world computed, how are they represented by neural spikes, and how do they give rise to decisions?
To answer these questions, we construct mathematical models, design and run psychophysical experiments, and analyze neural activity.
Department of Brain and Cognitive Science at University of Rochester
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