The lab presented new findings on vmPFC organization at the virtual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping.
Individual-specific functional architecture and activation patterns in medial prefrontal cortex.
Claudio Toro-Serey, Yixin Chen, Lauren Sussman, Joseph T. McGuire
Leah Bakst presented new findings on brain representations of uncertainty in a talk at the virtual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society:
Dynamic spotlight model recovers the position but not the width of covert spatial attention.
Leah Bakst, Ilona Bloem, Joseph T. McGuire, and Sam Ling
View the talk here!
Bakst, L. & McGuire, J.T. (2019). Eye movements reflect adaptive predictions and predictive precision. PsyArXiv preprint. doi:10.31234/osf.io/gh7a5
Toro-Serey, C., Tobyne, S.M., & McGuire, J.T. (2019). Individual heterogeneity in the functional network topography of medial prefrontal cortex. BioRxiv preprint. https://doi.org/10.1101/651117
Babcock S., Howard M.W., & McGuire J.T. (2019). Time-conjunctive representations of future events. PsyArXiv preprint. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/kha98
Congrats to lab postdoc Leah Bakst for being awarded an SBE Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation, for a project entitled "Eye Movements and the Dynamics of Adaptive Learning."
The lab trekked to Philadelphia for Neuroeconomics 2018. Congrats to Claudio and Stuart on their posters, and to Claudio for receiving a conference travel award. (Group photo credit: Arthur Lee.)
Congratulations to research technician James Lynch, who has departed the lab to begin a Ph.D. program at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Best wishes!