This talk will present an overview of the use of the human connectome—detailed maps of the brain’s internal wiring patterns—to simulate brain dynamics. This process can help us move away from static models of mental states and toward more temporally realistic models of brain activity, and can also help constrain the psychological interpretations of the processes we observe.

Randy McIntosh, University of Toronto
Rotman 2016 Annual Conference: Rethinking the Taxonomy of Psychology
April 15-17, 2016

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Channel: Rotman Institute of Philosophy
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Original Publish Date: Published on May 16, 2016
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